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This new mega cruise ship will have a Ferrari-branded racetrack

Cruise passengers looking for a real ocean drive will have to look further than South Beach.  Norwegian Cruise Line’s new Norwegian Joy, a ship the Doral, Fla.-based cruise line is building to sail in China, will be the first ever to feature a racetrack — from Ferrari, no less.   That’s in partnership with Scuderia Ferrari Watches in this case, which is joining forces...
Southwest Airlines to end practice of overbooking flights

Southwest Airlines to end practice of overbooking flights

Southwest Airlines plans to stop overbooking flights — an industry practice implicated in an ugly incident on a United Airlines flight that has damaged United's reputation with the flying public.  Last year Southwest bumped 15,000 passengers off flights, more than any other U.S. airline. Carriers say they sometimes sell more tickets than there are seats because often a few passengers don't...
The Inn at Little Washington offers a peek at its carefully concocted grounds

The Inn at Little Washington offers a peek at its carefully concocted grounds

Joneve Murphy reaches beneath a row cover and pulls a baby French breakfast radish from the loose, dark soil. She hands it to her boss, chef Patrick O'Connell, who carefully brushes off the dirt, removes the roots and bites into half of it. The radish, he declares, should be paired with foie gras.  This verdict is from the palate that has launched a thousand trips -- actually, many thousands...
Miami passport office mess: Why I’m forced to fly to Atlanta for a passport

Miami passport office mess: Why I’m forced to fly to Atlanta for a passport

Every year, approximately 90,000 - 100,000 people come through the Miami Passport Agency, a division of the State Department, to get expedited passports. But a water pipe that burst last Sunday, badly damaging the downtown Miami building that houses the offices has those offices closed for at least the next few weeks. That leaves people who absolutely need a passport or visa in less than two weeks...
Find the center of regal London in Kensington

Find the center of regal London in Kensington

LONDON — If Marylebone is London’s quintessential urban village and Bloomsbury its center of culture, Kensington is the nucleus of regal London — hence, its designation as the Royal Borough of Kensington. There has been some sort of royal connection with this elegant area since shortly after the Norman conquest of England in 1066, and subsequent monarchs — most notably Queen...
3 famous, hip blocks of New York City

3 famous, hip blocks of New York City

Early on a mild September morning, an elderly man on a black bicycle meanders along the paths of Tompkins Square Park, in New York’s East Village. A cassette tape player balanced on the bicycle’s crossbar plays tinny Asian music that grows louder as he approaches and then fainter as he pedals away. The only other sound is birdsong. I stop to sniff some drooping, blowsy roses. I crouch...
United to offer bumped flyers up to $10,000 after video flap

United to offer bumped flyers up to $10,000 after video flap

DALLAS (AP) — United Airlines says it will raise the limit — to $10,000 — on payments to customers who give up seats on oversold flights and will increase training for employees as it deals with fallout from the video of a passenger being violently dragged from his seat.  United is also vowing to reduce, but not eliminate, overbooking — the selling of more tickets than...
This couple took their 11-month-old camping for 12 days. Would you?

This couple took their 11-month-old camping for 12 days. Would you?

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Matt and Kimberly Kinney always travel light when they head into the woods, leaving behind everything but the necessities and keeping their backpacks as slim as possible. Two summers ago they decided to add one very heavy item to the packing list: their 22-pound infant.  In July 2015, the Sacramento parents took their son Thomas, then 11 months old, backpacking on the...

I could get married here (but didn’t)

My boyfriend and I had been dating for two years when we took the trip to Mexico. We were both 30, so people grew suspicious. “See you in January, when you have a ring,” said a friend, who had gotten married the previous year. The ages of 28 to 30 were like a game of falling dominoes among our circle, but my eyes were tracking other competitions. I could name all of the writers who published...
At the Greenbrier, 'everything is possible' - except a great dinner

At the Greenbrier, 'everything is possible' - except a great dinner

WHITE SULPHER SPRINGS, W. Va. - Bowling, archery, tennis, golf, swimming, horseback riding, underground bunker tours: There are no shortage of activities at the Greenbrier, the dowager resort in the valley of the Allegheny Mountains. Spread across 6,750 manicured acres in White Sulphur Springs, the 239-year-old retreat has hosted 26 American presidents and served as a secret relocation facility for...
San Francisco celebrates 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love

San Francisco celebrates 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Summer of Love. There will be many stories written and told about it. This almost certainly will be the only such story that won’t mention singer Scott McKenzie and the John Phillips lyric, “If you’re going to San Francisco, be sure to wear some flowers in your hair.” Except for that. While the original “Summer” was...
The best undiscovered beaches in the world

The best undiscovered beaches in the world

A certain type of New Yorker has complaints about the beaches in Tulum, Mexico, Saint Barth's, or Mykonos in Greece. "Why escape New York," they ask,"just to be surrounded by New Yorkers?"  Do not hang out with these people.   But do heed their warning: If you want to go to a beach to get away from other humans, you'll have to try a lot harder than visiting those...

When touring England with family, take the road over the rails

The Washington Post's travel writers and editors recently discussed travel stories, questions, gripes and more. Here are edited excerpts:  Q: Our family of three older teens and two adults will be travelling around England this summer; London, Brighton, Chichester, Bath and other spots. Would we be better off renting a car for our travels (not in London) or travelling via rail between cities?...
Hotels and resorts for romance of all kinds

Hotels and resorts for romance of all kinds

Romance is a malleable concept. For some, it’s rose petals strewed on the bed. For others, it’s the awe of the great wide open. With that in mind, here are some new and improved hotels and resorts to woo many ages and stages of love, from platonic crushes to wedded commitment.  People Seeking Privacy   — Le Barthélemy (St. Barts)   The French Caribbean...
Hawaii reassures tourists after brain parasite cases

Hawaii reassures tourists after brain parasite cases

HONOLULU (AP) — A California couple on their honeymoon and two people who drank a homemade herbal beverage are among the rising number of victims in Hawaii falling ill with a potentially deadly brain parasite.  After the newlyweds' plight with rat lungworm disease recently got attention online, the couple and some experts accused Hawaii of failing to adequately warn tourists and residents...
A Nairobi restaurant with local ingredients and a dreamy vibe

A Nairobi restaurant with local ingredients and a dreamy vibe

Harold Sena-Akoto, the Ghanaian-born chef of 45 Degrees Kitchen, learned an inspirational lesson from an Italian mentor years ago. “You know Italians,” Sena-Akoto said with a chuckle. “They are so passionate. My chef said to me: ‘Consider yourself blessed that people come to you for a meal. So imagine that every meal you cook is going to be their last.'”  Sena-Akoto...

Best-selling author of 'Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance' dies at 88

Robert Pirsig, whose 1974 travelogue-cum-philosophical tract, "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance," sold millions of copies and made him a reluctant hero to generations of intellectual wanderers, died April 24 at his home in South Berwick, Maine, He was 88.  William Morrow, the publishing house that accepted Pirsig's manuscript after 121 other publishers had turned it down, announced...
Frugal Traveler: Putting online agencies and search sites to the test

Frugal Traveler: Putting online agencies and search sites to the test

In the beginning, you called an airline or travel agent when you wanted to book a trip. But if you’ve done any traveling at all within the last 15 years, you’ve probably come across a fare aggregator or metasearch site. Hundreds of perfectly legitimate ones exist; you’ve undoubtedly heard of Expedia, Priceline and Hotwire, to name three. Does it matter which site you use, or are...
United unveils 10 policy changes, will pay bumped passengers up to $10,000

United unveils 10 policy changes, will pay bumped passengers up to $10,000

United Airlines has announced 10 policy changes after a video of passenger David Dao being dragged off a plane went viral earlier this month. In what may be the biggest change, the airline will now offer travelers as much as $10,000 to relinquish their seats on overbooked flights, up from $1,350, according to Bloomberg. In a Thursday news release, the airline also pledged to take the...
Giant 3-foot rabbit found dead on United Airlines flight

Giant 3-foot rabbit found dead on United Airlines flight

While still dealing with legal action and negative public relations after a man was forcibly dragged from a flight, United Airlines is now investigating an incident in which a giant rabbit was found dead aboard one of the airline’s international flights.   >> Read more trending news  According to the BBC, a nearly 3-foot-long giant rabbit named...
Why is Mounts garden spending $500,000 to let visitors ‘walk on water’?

Why is Mounts garden spending $500,000 to let visitors ‘walk on water’?

Lajos Heder stood on the lip of a sand pit to describe the water garden taking shape below his feet at Mounts Botanical Garden in West Palm Beach. RELATED: SIX MUST-SEE SPRING FLOWERS AT THE MOUNTS “The water will be a couple of inches below the walkway,” said Heder, a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based artist who specializes in large-scale public art projects with his partner, Mags Harries...
US anglers seek out the infamous Bay of Pigs for fly-fishing

US anglers seek out the infamous Bay of Pigs for fly-fishing

Crouching at the bow of a small motorboat, trying not to make a sound, I wonder if my Cuban guide, Juan Carlos, agrees that we make for a strange scene.  You see, we're very near where, more than half a century ago, a bunch of CIA-backed Cuban exiles tried - and failed spectacularly - to overthrow the Castro regime.   On this warm November morning, I'm part of a new kind of American...
'This was real': Artifacts save Holocaust stories for future

'This was real': Artifacts save Holocaust stories for future

BOWIE, Md. (AP) — The small wicker doll chair was a modest toy, but it meant the world to Louise Lawrence-Israels. A gift for her second birthday, it was the only toy she possessed during the approximately three years she spent hiding from the Nazis in Amsterdam, just five blocks from the house where Anne Frank wrote in her diary.  The chair is one of thousands of artifacts housed in the...
The marital benefits of a canceled flight

The marital benefits of a canceled flight

My husband had been on hold with the Delta agent for about 10 minutes when he began to visibly implode. His ears went from pink to an almost bioluminescent red; the veins in his neck seemed to pulse in time with the sheets of rain beating down on the terrace. “I know there’s a nor’easter,” Jeff said, pacing the taupe carpet. “But we’re supposed to fly home...
A road trip along Ireland's breathtaking west coast

A road trip along Ireland's breathtaking west coast

Ireland, we decided: the west coast of Ireland. Offseason, when accommodations would be inexpensive. That's how our party of three childhood friends found ourselves tooling along the Dingle Peninsula's breathtaking Slea Head Drive on a (mostly) sunny day in February as the occasional squall came and went.  Our 10-day adventure was minimally planned; choose the dates, buy the tickets, book a place...

How to avoid paying for a checked bag

Airfare is expensive enough as it is, but the added fees make things worse.  Some of the discount airlines (think: Spirit, WOW Air and Allegiant) charge for everything from seat selection to printing your boarding pass. Some airlines even charge for carry-on luggage any bigger than a purse or small backpack. But if there’s one thing airlines agree on, it’s charging for regular ol&rsquo...
Now on sale: multiresort passes for next ski season

Now on sale: multiresort passes for next ski season

Blooming trees may not be conducive to ski thoughts, but spring is a great time to plan next season on the slopes because multiresort passes go on sale at this time.  Multimountain passes give access (often unlimited) to several locations, and in recent years they have upended not just the way the ski industry sells lift tickets, but also how people approach their winter trips. Vail Resorts was...
Travel Tips: How to pick a travel agent

Travel Tips: How to pick a travel agent

Finding the right travel agent is like finding the right doctor, according to David Kolner, who oversees the travel agent membership program for Virtuoso, a network of more than 15,000 agents globally. “This may sound extreme — after all, they’re only booking your travel — but your leisure time is one of your most valuable assets, so why would you trust just anyone with it?&rdquo...
Giraffe's baby bump boosts tiny zoo's upkeep, conservation

Giraffe's baby bump boosts tiny zoo's upkeep, conservation

April the giraffe has brought a bundle to a tiny zoo in rural upstate New York, thanks to a YouTube video livestream of her pregnancy and birth of an incredibly cute calf that has riveted viewers around the world.  Owners of the for-profit Animal Adventure Park won't say exactly how much they've pulled in from all April-related ventures, but internet marketing experts conservatively estimate...

In the air, that uneasy feeling of us vs. them

When a passenger was forcibly removed from his seat aboard an April 9 United Airlines flight to Louisville, Kentucky, before it left the gate in Chicago, the video taken by onlookers seemed to capture the mood in the air: Us vs. Them.  “There’s a lot of blame to go around, not the least of which is the overall culture of aviation where customer service issues have become law enforcement...
72 hours in Atlanta

72 hours in Atlanta

I never had a yearning to visit Atlanta. It just wasn’t a city on my radar. I’d flown through it a few times on my way to other cities, but hadn’t ever considered it as a travel destination. But when my mother, sister and I were trying to decide where to meet up for our annual girls’ weekend, we decided, why not try out Atlanta? Flights to the city are cheap from Los Angeles...
Suitcase GPS? Scented bags? The latest travel gadgets.

Suitcase GPS? Scented bags? The latest travel gadgets.

At the International Travel Goods Show, held this month in Las Vegas, I saw the future of travel. We will always know the whereabouts of our checked luggage. We will sleep as comfortably on planes as kittens in a basket. And we will never again experience the horror of watching our gadgets power down with no outlets in sight.  Fortunately, we don't have to wait long for this futuristic world...

Brace yourself for overbooked flights this summer

When United Airlines dragged a screaming man from his seat recently, bloodying him in the process, it caused a justifiable uproar. The resulting outrage is spurring a cry for additional fliers’ protections. When passengers aboard a small plane in Rochester, Minn., were held hostage for five-plus hours overnight in 2009, the incident and similar tarmac delays fueled congressional support for...

Travel Deals: Save on weekend flights to Europe and Scandinavia 

This week's best travel bargains around the globe.  Land   - Topnotch Resort, in Stowe, Vermont, is offering a perks-filled package for pets and their people, with up to 15 percent savings. The Serve, Fetch, Love special starts at $618 and includes two nights' luxury accommodations; a 60-minute private tennis lesson or 90 minutes of court time; a 25-minute in-room spa treatment for...
NEW: Need a passport ASAP? Miami Passport Agency closes temporarily

NEW: Need a passport ASAP? Miami Passport Agency closes temporarily

If you’re in South Florida and in immediate need of a passport, you’ll have to travel to another state for help. The Miami Passport Agency is closed “until further notice” after the Omni Center, the building in which its offices are located, “experienced significant water damage” on Sunday, the State Department said Monday in a news release. The Miami area...

Global entry passengers swept up in Trump's travel ban

U.S. Customs and Border Protection revoked the enrollment of people in the Global Entry program and other U.S. "trusted traveler" categories as part of the Trump administration's travel ban on seven predominantly Muslim nations.  The ban triggered raucous protests across the country and was quickly enjoined by the courts. But some industry groups contend the damage to the U.S. travel...

Disabled passengers decry seating upcharges

Flying with a disability is never easy, but in the past, airlines have lightened the burden a little by offering passengers such as Scott Nold advance seat assignments.  Nold, a retired bus dispatcher from Madison, South Dakota, who has multiple sclerosis, travels in a wheelchair. "So he requires an aisle seat," says his wife, Deb Nold.   But on a recent American Airlines...
Heavy snow means excellent rafting on Western rivers

Heavy snow means excellent rafting on Western rivers

Like skiers, white-water rafting fans are excited about this season’s heavy snowfall in the West. Several rafting operators are predicting a wild season as the rivers swell with spring showers and snowmelt.  “This year’s rafting will be as good as it gets,” predicted Steve Lentz, the owner of Far and Away Adventures, an Idaho company that offers luxury river rafting on...
Big birder: Noah Strycker on where to spot rare species

Big birder: Noah Strycker on where to spot rare species

In September 2015, Noah Strycker entered the Guinness World Records by besting a British couple, Ruth Miller and Alan Davies, who in 2008 tracked 4,341 species of birds in a year. Strycker tracked 6,042 species and told his story on the Audubon Society blog, Birding Without Borders.  Strycker, 31, has climbed trees around the globe in pursuit of birds like the red-billed starling or black-breasted...
Want to own a town? Tiny Oregon community for sale for $3.5M

Want to own a town? Tiny Oregon community for sale for $3.5M

TILLER, Ore. (AP) — In the tiny, dying timber town of Tiller, the old cliche is true. If you blink, you might actually miss it.  But these days, this dot on a map in southwestern Oregon is generating big-city buzz for an unlikely reason: Almost the entire town is for sale.   The asking price of $3.5 million brings with it six houses, the shuttered general store and gas station...

Family travel: 5 resorts where both grown-ups and kids feel welcome

Finding a resort where both grown-ups and kids feel welcome can be tricky. Here are five that fit the bill.  1. The Sebastian, Vail, Colo.   This cozy Rocky Mountain resort offers families a year-round, home-away-from-home in a world-class destination. During the winter months, the Base Camp's ski-in, ski-out valet service makes accessing the area's legendary terrain stress free. The...
Along the Mekong River, a timeless place where time marches on

Along the Mekong River, a timeless place where time marches on

Deep in the folds of the hill, up steep stone stairs flanked with frangipani trees, stood the inner sanctum of the ancient Khmer temple of Vat Phou.  We faced the mountain ridge, our backs to the waters of the Mekong River, looking for the chamber. From this angle, it was hidden. But other parts of the temple had begun revealing themselves to us. Down here, along the rutted stone path leading...
À la Française in Harlem

À la Française in Harlem

Harlem has long had a romance with France. Well before the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s, African-American artists and musicians traveled to France to broaden their artistic vision or to escape the daily oppression of American racism.  Not widely known, however, is that the traffic went both ways, with French tourists visiting Harlem because of their fascination with jazz, gospel and black...
United Airlines wants more time to answer questions about passenger dragging

United Airlines wants more time to answer questions about passenger dragging

The CEO of United Airlines has asked for more time to give U.S. senators a full explanation of why a passenger was forcibly dragged off a flight, prompting national outrage. Senators on the Commerce, Science and Transportation had given United until April 20 to respond to questions.  “We are in the process of gathering the full set of facts about this incident and finalizing a thorough...
New Hampshire: Three regions, three reasons to visit

New Hampshire: Three regions, three reasons to visit

New Hampshire is a state of many monikers — Granite State, Mother of Rivers, White Mountain State, Switzerland of America. For travel planning purposes, the lesser known nickname of the two-by-four state seems to be most apt. That’s because one can traverse New Hampshire’s width in about two hours and its length in about four, providing an irresistible opportunity to explore several...
Inside a Colorado pot club - a rare and endangered species

Inside a Colorado pot club - a rare and endangered species

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — It's the fish tank featuring a colorful reef made of glass marijuana pipes that ultimately sets the Speakeasy Vape Lounge apart from any other strip-mall bar and confirms what it really is: one of the United States' only legal pot clubs.  The fact that it and a few dozen like it already exist in Colorado was all but lost in a recent fight over whether the...

Highway 101: Best hotels between San Francisco and Santa Barbara

The stretch of Highway 101 from San Francisco to Santa Barbara offers a vast array of lodging options, from chain motels to boutique inns. Sure, you could do the 300-plus miles in a single day, but it’s more fun to dabble along the way. You can go tasting at some of the stunning wineries in Paso Robles, Pismo or down near Los Olivos or Los Alamos. Grab lunch or dinner at a terrific roadside...
Get involved this Earth Day in Palm Beach County

Get involved this Earth Day in Palm Beach County

Earth Day is every year on April 22. The intention is to raise awareness about the planet we live in. Sure, some people are hesitant to believe in things such as global warming, pollution and endangered species. But others are convinced humans are to blame.  Regardless of your beliefs, Earth is our home and if we don’t take care of it, who will? Here’s a list of Earth Day activities...
Bring your fam to Heart & Soul Fest in West Palm this weekend 

Bring your fam to Heart & Soul Fest in West Palm this weekend 

When it comes to free things to do on weekends, The Palm Beach Post always has you covered.  This Saturday, attend Heart & Soul Fest, a celebration of faith, community and culture at Sunset Lounge in the Historic Northwest District. Award-winning R&B singer Chante Moore, as in Chante's got a man Chante Moore, will perform. Listening to this playlist will take you all...

The financial perks of off-season travel

Airfare, hotels and even some tourist attractions get pricier during travel high-season, when swarms of tourists fly in from around the world to popular destinations. On the flip side, off-season travel — though it may feature less-than-perfect weather conditions — can let you explore the world without spending a fortune.  Here’s how:   AIRFARE PLUMMETS IN THE OFF-SEASON ...
Highway 101: The best roadside eats between San Francisco and Santa Barbara

Highway 101: The best roadside eats between San Francisco and Santa Barbara

There was a time — a very long time — when anyone traveling down Highway 101 faced a dearth of dining possibilities. That San Francisco-Santa Barbara trek was fueled by golden arches and Denny’s knockoffs. Now there’s no need to resort to such desperate measures, not when you can pull off the freeway and nosh in style at Paso Robles’ Kitchenette and Arroyo Grande&rsquo...

You can dine out with kids. Here's how to make it work for everyone.

When you have young children, it can be easy to give up on going to restaurants altogether. Too much hassle. Too much uncertainty. Too much chance of the stink-eye from other diners.  But there are plenty of restaurants that roll out the welcome mat for families, and plenty of conscientious parents who enjoy eating out with their little ones, without incident.   "Ninety-nine percent...
Feasting in Verona, where tradition and creativity intersect

Feasting in Verona, where tradition and creativity intersect

It was a chilly Tuesday afternoon in a giant shopping center in Verona, Italy, and there was a feast before me: a plate of tagliatelle strewn with saffron, spec and mushroom; oversized raviolis packed with scampi and artichoke. The raviolis on my friend’s plate were stuffed with polenta and ossobuco. It was disorienting to be in a mall because this was some of the most excellent pasta I&rsquo...
A look inside ‘Our Body Exhibit’ at the South Florida Science Center

A look inside ‘Our Body Exhibit’ at the South Florida Science Center

Sunday, Apr. 23 is the last day you can actually see yourself from the inside out.  The “Our Body: The Universe Within” exhibit at The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium will make its way to Asia after the weekend. It won’t be coming back.  The award-winning exhibit displays 12 preserved human bodies and 200 specimens — organs and bones. The bodies...
Top restaurants to dock and dine in Palm Beach County

Top restaurants to dock and dine in Palm Beach County

Going out to dinner and drinks by boat is one of the perks of living in Palm Beach County, where the Intracoastal Waterway is our aquatic I-95. Whether you’re sticky and salt-covered from a day on the water or dressed for a romantic sunset cruise, there’s a dockside joint to fit your mood.  This is the kind of beach bar (that it's on the Jupiter Inlet instead of the beach is a quibble)...
5 bands to check out at SunFest that you may not have heard of

5 bands to check out at SunFest that you may not have heard of

This year’s SunFest has some pretty bigs acts coming through. You know them: Snoop Dogg, Weezer, Blink-182, Fetty Wap, Macklemore, Flo Rida… I could go on, but you get the point. But don't let their glitz or haze (Snoop, Ziggy, I'm lookin' at you) be the only reason you go.  Here are five artists at SunFest this year that you didn't know you could love. After...
Travel Channel came to town and you'll love the reason why

Travel Channel came to town and you'll love the reason why

What better way to chill with Vanilla Ice than over a rumrunner at one of Palm Beach County's best waterfront spots.  On Monday, Apr. 24 at 10:00 p.m., the season premiere of Booze Traveler: Best Bars will air on The Travel Channel. The show follows cocktail connoisseur, Jack Maxwell's quest for the best bars and drinks around the country.  First stop? Lantana. Home to one of Maxwell&rsquo...

Overbooked: stories of airline agony (and some rewards)

Airlines have long found ways to entice passengers off their planes. Often, this is a result of flights’ being overbooked, as airlines try to fill as many seats as possible. When they overbook, airlines begin a process of bargaining with passengers at the gate, offering travel vouchers that usually range from $400 to $600, up to a maximum of $1,350, according to U.S. Transportation Department...
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