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Two things brought me to Canada: a ride on the Rocky Mountaineer, known for its jaw-dropping rail tours, and Canadian beer, which some say is better that the U.S’. And then there is Sasquatch.
As airline passenger numbers break records, LAX and several other major U.S. airports have reduced security checkpoint wait times.
Customs’ officials tweeted that the agency “is experiencing a temporary outage with its processing systems” on Friday.
In Pittsburgh and Tampa, Fla., non-travelers can spend hours dining at or taking in the airport.
A huge new Princess ship along with two Norwegian Cruise Line vessels will begin sailing to the Mexican Riviera this fall.
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Catalina Island is an ideal location for a family adventure, with a bison expedition, rock-climbing walls and a submarine ride among the attractions.
Durango, in southwest Colorado, revels in its Old West roots, as do many of the hip restaurants, bars and boutiques in the area. Perhaps best of all is a retro speakeasy with literary-themed cocktails.
Allowing the sale and consumption of marijuana at the festival is part of a test program that could expand to other major San Francisco events.
The little burg of Lee Vining is more than just a turnoff for Tioga Pass and Yosemite. It’s the starting point for hiking, bird watching and an amazing tour of Basque art carved into the area’s aspen trees.
A stay at the Lodge at the Presidio and a Warhol retrospective round out a weekend in San Francisco.
Maybe you’re not a contender for the Tour de France, but you don’t have to be if you’re biking Sacramento’s American River Parkway, the trail that starts in the historic district and ends in Folsom.
As I was looking for some self-care in the Sierra Nevada after a knee injury, I heard about a long-established hot springs at a little outpost called Benton, Calif., near the Nevada border.
With the release of the Netflix film “Wine Country,” a romp through the vineyards might never be the same.
I had college alumni work to do this spring in Tehachapi (Yes, you’ve heard of it, but where is it exactly?)
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