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Actress Zoe Saldana, who stars in "Guardians of the Galaxy II," appears at the grand opening of the new Guardians of the Galaxy -- Mission: Breakout! attraction at Disney California Adventure park, in Anaheim, Calif. The ride opens to the public on May 27.<br>Joshua Sudock, Disneyland Resort/AP

Saldana and Del Toro help open new Disney ‘Guardians’ ride

Stepping inside Disney’s latest theme park attraction, Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission BREAKOUT!, is like being thrust into one of blockbuster films’ pulsating, action-packed trailers.

The best airplane bars have leather banquettes, morning programming

Remember the days when airlines wooed passengers with glamorous offerings like in-flight dining rooms and onboard pianos? Neither do we. But for every carrier that's skimping on legroom (see American Airlines), another seems to emerge with a swanked-up bar.

Falling for architecture on Wisconsin's Frank Lloyd Wright Trail

With their clean, horizontal lines and open floor plans, many Frank Lloyd Wright buildings still feel modern today -- a testament to the ingenuity and staying power of America’s most famous architect, born 150 years ago June 8.

A hippie-trippy trip on San Francisco's Magic Bus Tour

San Francisco's Magic Bus tour takes guests through the city's hippie history -- and back to that famous, hallucinogenic Summer of Love. All without dropping any (real) acid. They give you peppermint candies for make-believe LSD.

Get the most out of your next Disney World vacation

Ian Ford is a family travel expert and CEO of Undercover Tourist, providing attraction tickets and vacation advice for a living. He also has some tips for those planning to visit the parks this summer, including ways to pinch pennies and have the type of idyllic, fun-packed theme park experience every family dreams of.

The new Vegas namaste: Yoga on a Ferris wheel

Surrounded by imposing Las Vegas hotel-casinos in the foreground and desert mountains in the background, the group breathed deeply and loudly as an instructor guided them through their poses: upward dog, downward dog, lord of the dance.

Can I bring a Viking helmet on the plane? AskTSA is here to help.

"Travelers are on the go and don't have time to go online and submit a form or call us," said Jennifer Plozai, acting deputy assistant administrator for public affairs at the TSA. "They need help in real time."

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