Another draw is one you might not expect, but it's certainly attracting attention. ... Fast-forward to today and those shrunken homes have sparked so much interest there is now an entire category of reality TV shows and documentaries devoted to the topic.
Due to Hurricane Irma, Kyle Griffis, your usual host, is unavailable for Week 2 of the FSU football fan rooting guide. Instead ... Florida State's ranking in the college football polls: AP, USA Today Coaches Even with Hurricane Irma, the polls will.
A journey that would take me to places old and new, a journey to discover and most importantly a journey without any bull(s) In this weekly humour travelogue, expect to see travel tips, misadventures ... at Jersey City, USA Today’s amazing discovery.
With each trip I take, I look for cultural souvenirs — experiences and memories are the gold nuggets of travel . Shopping is never my priority, but when I do bring mementos home I find the best souvenirs come from local entrepreneurs and craftspeople.
Noted consumer travel advocate Christopher Elliott has lauded ASTA. “When it comes to tracking the bad players, one of the most progressive trade groups is the American Society of Travel Agents,” he wrote in USA Today ... a buyer’s guide comparing.
It's complaints season in the travel industry, as Adeodata Czink will tell you. Her favorite summertime gripe? The tourist who waved a brochure in front of her face, vowing to sue because her expensive hairdo had been ruined. Czink, an etiquette expert.
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It should be easier than ever to take gorgeous, frame-worthy photos right from your smartphone. That's what Apple's giant “Shot on iPhone” billboards suggest. If that's the case though, why do so many of the nearly 20,000 photos I've shot on my own.
Only a few years ago, cities were declaring their downtowns dead, victims of regional shopping malls, online retailers and suburban sprawl. But some urban shopping districts have come back big time. “They have what I call the X-Factor of Urbanism.
Horror stories about driving in Europe abound. They're fun to tell, but driving is really only a problem for those who make it one . If you know what to expect, your drive can be a highlight rather than harrowing. Here are a few tips for being ready to.
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If you're a little paranoid, you're going to love this summer travel season. Assuming this spring is an indication of things to come, you'll have political turmoil, terrorism, natural disasters and airline security scares to worry about. Oh, and don't.
USA TODAY Hurricane Irma’s next target for air travel? The world’s busiest airport ... All of Southwest's Atlanta flights after 1 p.m. have been grounded Monday, but the airline hoped “to resume normal operations by Tuesday” at those airports.
When Katie Kubitskey made plans to attend a friend's destination wedding in Izmir, Turkey, last summer, she never imagined she'd need travel insurance. After all, Kubitskey, a marketing manager from Louisville, had lived in Turkey for two years, and as.
The family road trip gets a bad rap. Everyone's cooped up in the family vehicle. On each other's last nerve. It's why everyone relates so well to the Griswold family in National Lampoon's Vacation. But family road trips can be fun. Or at least not.