For a turbo-charged adrenaline rush, no need to head to the Indianapolis 500 when you can go to Las Vegas.
SpeedVegas, the city's newest attraction, is open and welcoming drivers who want to get behind the wheel of a muscle car for a spin around a 1.5-mile track.
The multi-million dollar fleet of supercharged cars is impressive.Read more
The French America Line will be the newest player on America's rivers when the company sails its inaugural cruise in August. For those eager to go, the company is sweetening the pot by offering passengers up to $420 in prepaid gratuities.
The deal: Prepaid gratuities give you a break on the cost of the cruise. The $420 maximum would apply to a 10-day trip and apply per cabin, based on double occupancy.Read more
A first-of-its-kind interactive dark ride at Legoland California that let riders use karate-chop hand gestures to shoot fireballs at ninja warriors combines kinetic video-game action with an unexpected upper-body workout.
I rode Ninjago four times during the soft opening of the attraction at the Carlsbad kiddie park and found the new high-tech ride to be easy to play and difficult to master.Read more
The flashy lights on the Ferris wheel at the Santa Monica Pier's Pacific Park will go dark Thursday as work begins on a new $1-million lighting package for the solar-powered ride.Read more
Millions of frequent fliers this year voted Southwest Airlines and Marriott Hotels as their favorite travel loyalty programs.
The honors, known as the Freddie Awards, were handed out last Thursday in a splashy Las Vegas event outside the city's new T-Mobile Arena.
Southwest's Rapid Rewards program, which relaunched in 2011, snagged the top spot for North American carriers.Read more