Revived vintage motels evoke nostalgia for simpler times
Motels, also referred to as motor lodges, evoke an era of optimism when gas was cheap and families piled into cars and hit the open road. Indeed, nostalgia and wanderlust seem to be - ahem - driving the trend to develop these properties.
The completely correct guide to being back in an airport
Air travel is back on the table. Here's a short list of unspoken rules of airport etiquette for keeping the peace while you wait to board your plane.
Back on the road, down Highway 101
One couple, eager to travel again, checks a trip off their bucket list
Military housing company to spend $72 million upgrading communities at five Air Force bases
Work should begin this year at Air Force properties overseen by Lendlease in Hawaii, California, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico.
I went to Las Vegas to test whether I was really ready for life on the other side of the pandemic
In the first real test of freedom, one writer takes the leap and travels to Las Vegas during Memorial Day weekend
As Renaissance festivals reopen, here's how to make the merrie most of them
Before the pandemic, more than 1 million people visited Renaissance faires around the country. With infection numbers decreasing and restrictions easing, the festivals, which are outdoor events by nature, are returning.
Inspired by nomads' shelter, yurts take the edge off camping
Yurts, round, portable shelters first used by Mongolians centuries ago, are rising in popularity in the United States as the desire for unique accommodations increases.
The Instagram vs. reality of #vanlife: My two-day journey in a camper van
A bed and a vehicle all in one? What could possibly go wrong?
Love Harry Potter or Wonder Woman? Here’s a sneak peek of Warner Bros.’ revamped studio tour
From Wonder Woman's lasso to Harry Potter's cupboard under the stairs, Warner Bros. gives movie lovers an experience to remember.
A fully-vaccinated cruise set sail in the Caribbean. Two passengers just tested positive for coronavirus.
Despite a requirement that all passengers over 16 be vaccinated, the celebratory milestone couldn’t avoid the virus that shut the cruise industry down 15 months ago.