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In the land of apps and circuits, the home and grounds at Filoli offer an earthy counterpoint.
Some of the Southland’s best-known public gardens are pricey, but there are a few bargains in Eden. Here’s where to see spring blooms for less money.
Certain self-check kiosks at LAX print out luggage tags so passengers can drop their bags off on a conveyor belt without stopping at a ticket counter.
It’s not just a matter of wrapping your newfound plant in newspaper and bringing it home. If you’re arriving from a foreign country — or even another state — you need to play by the rules.
The new fares look like airlines’ “basic economy” fares, which are less expensive than coach, but with more restrictions.
Mexico has some unexpected delights (and a bit of danger). Plus, savings on Amtrak, menacing people on a plane and a lesson about being on time. Or is it FOMO?
Celebrate Feb. 29 by jumping 108 stories off the top of a hotel, by tying the knot at the airport or at a wedding chapel or watching people leap artistically around the stage.
The earthquakes that began in May 2018 resulted in the park’s evacuation; most of the damage to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park has been addressed, but not all.
Should we then ban all recreation? Boats, kayaks -- really any vessel -- disturb the marine life in rivers and oceans.
WEEKEND ESCAPES
A historic inn, tasty barbecue and an abundance of museums highlight close-to-home Santa Paula and the Santa Clara River Valley.
A mind-blowing children’s museum, a pedal-a-thon in a surrey and great eats make for a can’t-miss weekend in Santa Barbara.
Julian, a San Diego County town, is known for its fall leaves and apple harvest, but what about the rest of the year?
San Juan Capistrano may be the most old-fashioned, slow-rolling holiday getaway in SoCal, with tree lightings, a holiday tea, carolers, more.
A tap room, a taco truck and tide pools in Monterey are good reminders that the simple things are sometimes the best.
Ice skating, dazzling displays — check out the puppies and kittens for adoption in Macy’s windows — a pop-up pedestrian park and decked-out hotel lobbies draw visitors to the city’s always-jumping Union Square.
As my friend Takayo and I drove the 208 miles north to Paso Robles, my imagination went into overdrive in anticipation of the 58,000 fiber-optic flowers that create Bruce Munro’s “Field of Light at Sensorio.”
A look at Santa Fe’s hippest neighborhood, the Railyard District, which has been repurposed and expanded into an invigorating mix of art galleries, restaurants, brew pubs, movie theater and more.
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