A passenger ran past an exit lane monitor and into a sterile area at Newark Liberty International Airport Monday morning, sparking a security scare.
- FTW Outdoors
A video shot from a hotel room overlooking a Florida beach appears to show a shark charging at a man standing in the surf, but look closer.
While on the vaccinated Carnival Vista cruise, Insider's reporter said she was shocked by how much she relied on her phone and how packed events were.
Airstream and Pottery Barn Just Launched a Stylish, Furnished Travel Trailer for the Road Trip of Your Dreams
Enjoy all the comforts of home (and more) in this luxurious Airstream trailer.
It doesn't get much better than this.
- Conde Nast Traveler
Cruise lines are going to extreme measures to make ships safe, but local regulations and authorities can complicate things.
- USA TODAY
Las Vegas is always reinventing itself. Here are new clubs, hotels and attractions you'll want to book in advance if you want a chance of getting in.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and State Department on Monday both warned against travel to Spain, Portugal, Cyprus and Kyrgyzstan because of a rising number of COVID-19 cases in those countries. The CDC raised its travel advisory to "Level Four: Very High" for those countries telling Americans they should avoid travel there, while the State Department issued "Do Not Travel" advisories. The CDC on Monday also raised its rating to "Level Four" for Cuba, while the State Department already had Cuba at the highest "Do Not Travel" rating.
- USA TODAY
Travel to Canada is likely to accelerate once restrictions ease. Here's what experts have to say about how that shift could affect travel costs.
A Texas firefighter was found dead at a hotel in Cancún. His family believes he was kidnapped and murdered.
Mexican officials said Elijah Snow, a married father of two, died accidentally of mechanical asphyxiation.
While it’s not uncommon for Strip hotels to undergo serious overhauls, Resorts World is the first completely new resort on the Strip in over a decade. The Las Vegas Hilton: This is the largest of the three hotels, with 1,774 rooms. Conrad Las Vegas: Hilton’s lifestyle luxury brand, where you can expect sophisticated amenities like curated art and Michelin-starred restaurants.
- USA TODAY
Delta is eliminating fees for changes to basic economy trips through the rest of the year.
- The State
For travelers looking to eliminate the middle man – as in, those pesky layovers – and get where they’re going quicker, here’s where you can get to from Columbia nonstop.
Whether they're contemplating a dream vacation or a budget business trip, travelers have an abundance of information and tech tools at their disposal. They can research and reserve everything from...
- Business Insider
American Airlines is facing fuel shortages at smaller airports, but its planned solution may end up burning more fuel
American will fly in fuel to airports without a reliable source, resulting in heavier aircraft that may make the airline burn more fuel than normal.
Packing essentials: crown and scepter.
"I'm all the way up" — You, from the tree houses at Acre Baja.
Yellowstone is busier than ever - but these lesser-known national park sites offer similar views, according to someone who's visited all 423 of them
Craters of the Moon National Monument makes it feel like you're on another planet, and Lassen Volcanic National Park has geysers and boiling springs.
- Architectural Digest
Today Architectural Digest brings you to Florida to visit a massive resort-style mansion in Delray Beach. The Rockybrook Estate is situated on 2.5 acres of land surrounded by a lake, with landscaping and amenities inspired in part by the Wynn Las Vegas Resort. 7 bedrooms are spread across 31,000 square feet of space indoors while a dreamlike, tropically landscaped pool and grotto area wait just outside.
- Idaho Statesman
“I feel like it’s always our natural inclination to share where we’re going and kind of brand our lifestyles. But in the end, if a place is getting loved to death, then what is the point?”
ATHENS (Reuters) -For two balmy weeks in July, hotel manager George Tselios dared to hope his pandemic nightmare was behind him. Now, halfway through the season, he is no closer to repaying his loans.