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1. Escapes: Parent-child bonding trips? They're emotional money in the bank17:30[−]

Postseason baseball makes me smile as I remember the 1971 World Series. I don’t know how my dad, a humble civil servant, scored two tickets to Game 6 of the Baltimore Orioles versus the Pittsburgh Pirates, but he did. The amazing thing was that he wasn’t a baseball fan. I always was.

Maybe that’s...

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2. Guess whose 50th birthday won't be celebrated in Las Vegas?13:15[−]

You would think that a 50-year run in Las Vegas would be cause for celebration. Not so for Circus Circus, the hotel-casino along the Las Vegas Strip that promised a new type of theme-driven entertainment when it opened Oct. 18, 1968.

“Like a big top, the huge casino will have numerous circus acts...

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3. Go to Kauai for a jam session with a sweet taste13:00[−]

Looking for an authentic Hawaiian experience? Monkeypod Jam in a Kauai village creates artisanal chutney, curd, preserves and salsa — and offers tastings.

Located in the blink-and-you’ll-miss-it village of Lawai along the island’s South Shore, Monkeypod Jam sells more than 60 products made from...

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4. Las Vegas is hosting a beach volleyball open for the first time: You can watch Olympic contenders for freeСр., 17 окт.[−]

Why ship 3,600 tons of sand to Las Vegas? High-quality sand, not Mojave Desert grains, is needed to create courts for the city’s first Las Vegas Open beach volleyball competition, which begins Thursday.

Team USA’s Kerri Walsh Jennings, winner of three Olympic gold medals, leads the list of elite...

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5. Get free or discounted airfare on your next Norwegian Cruise Line cruise, if you book soonСр., 17 окт.[−]

If you've been thinking about your next vacation but putting off a decision, Norwegian Cruise Line's new airfare deal might light a fire under you.

The company is offering free and reduced round-trip airfare for many of its cruises to the Caribbean, Hawaii, Alaska and other destinations in the...

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6. Paddlers, snorkelers, kayakers save $700 on Belize vacations with REI AdventuresСр., 17 окт.[−]

If you didn’t get enough active vacation time this summer, REI Adventures has a fix for those who can get away in December. You can save $700 on multi-sport vacations to Belize that include zip-lining through the jungle, rappelling down a waterfall and snorkeling in pristine waters.

The deal: REI...

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7. Pedal through history on 1,000-mile Iron Curtain cycling tour from Berlin to BudapestСр., 17 окт.[−]

Looking for an epic adventure? A new Iron Curtain cycling tour weaves its way from Berlin to Budapest, Hungary, and includes five capitals and five distinct cultures that are connected by this historic period of the 20th century.

The nearly 1,000-mile bicycle Ride & Seek Bicycle Adventures tour...

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8. It's not your imagination: The Halloween zombies at Dead City Vegas really are chasing youВт., 16 окт.[−]

This year, Halloween in Las Vegas will see the debut of zombie-filled Dead City Vegas and the demise of the 15-year Fright Dome.

Across the city, expect to find costumed characters lurking in darkened corridors eager to make you squirm and scream.

You won’t find the Fright Dome among the choices...

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9. Explore Turkey's ancient sites from the seat of a bikeВт., 16 окт.[−]

Cruise and bike in the Aegean and Mediterranean seas on a weeklong tour of Turkey that includes sailing along the Turquoise Coast and cycling trips inland.

A pre-tour begins in Istanbul with participants exploring mosques and monuments. The group then flies south to Marmaris and boards a Turkish...

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10. Tax troubles may mean passport troubles. How a law can trip up your trip abroadПн., 15 окт.[−]

If you have problems with unpaid taxes and the Internal Revenue Service is involved, you have troubles enough, so no need to pile on. But if you’re thinking of taking a vacation to regroup or you need to travel abroad for business, your woes may not end there.

If the words “serious delinquent tax...

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11. If time is money, skipping airport lines will save you some bucks and aggravation. Here's how to travel like a rock starПн., 15 окт.[−]

Long waits to clear immigration at London’s Heathrow Airport are negatively affecting British Airways’ bottom line, Alex Cruz, its chief executive, said recently, noting that it can take up to two hours to pass Britain’s border during busy periods.

Cruz isn’t the only one complaining and inconvenienced....

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12. NoMad Las Vegas opens as a hotel within a hotel. But you'll have to wait for the restaurant and pool.Пн., 15 окт.[−]

The NoMad Las Vegas has arrived on the Strip, occupying the top four floors of the Park MGM. But visitors will have to wait to sample the hotel-casino resort’s signature eateries and Moroccan-inspired pool area.

NoMad, a hotel within a hotel, opened Friday at 3770 S. Las Vegas Blvd. in what was...

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13. See thermal pools, Maori culture and Lake Taupo on this New Zealand walking tourПн., 15 окт.[−]

Discover Maori culture, geothermal activity and beautiful walking trails on a leisurely six-day excursion of North Island offered by New Zealand Walking Tours.

Highlights include Waiheke Island, known for its vineyards; the bubbling mud and sulfuric smells of Waiotapu; Huka Falls and Lake Taupo,...

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14. Plenty of pumpkins for a SoCal weekendВс., 14 окт.[−]

Liven up your SoCal weekend with Japanese food and culture, a Halloween costume contest for dogs and pumpkins aplenty.

Costa Mesa

Bring your appetite for ramen, sushi tacos, Wagyu beef and okonomiyaki (Japanese savory pancakes) to the OC Japan Fair at the OC Fair & Event Center. Wash down your...

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15. California drivers are better than they're given credit forВс., 14 окт.[−]

I strongly disagree with the column on California drivers that says " Los Angeles drivers stink” (“Leave Risky Driving Behind,” On the Spot by Catharine Hamm, Sept. 30).

Brownsville, Texas, may be No. 1 in safety, but we all know statistics lie. I hazard a guess that it's No. 1 because there is...

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16. In London, small rooms, big savings and lots of luxuryВс., 14 окт.[−]

Here’s my problem: I want to stay in a centrally located London hotel that combines thoughtful design and attentive service with a touch of luxury — you know, those little details, such as a heated towel rack in a bathroom stocked with big fluffy white towels, maybe some Penhaligon’s or Molton...

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17. Tipsheet: Craft a trip that takes you to these makers' studios in the WestПт., 12 окт.[−]

Whether you’re painting with watercolors, folding origami or kneading clay, working with your hands has big benefits. If your hands work best when instruction is involved, an arts-and-crafts class is the place to be. Here are five studios in the West that will coax your creative side and send you...

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18. Getting a California Real ID driver's license on the first day it's offered? Not a problemВт., 23 янв.[−]

Real ID, the federally compliant driver’s license that can be used as identification for getting on a plane starting in October 2020, became available Monday in California, and I got one.

No magic and no strings pulled or favors called in. I didn’t even have an appointment with the Department of...

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19. At Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, it's all about the terrainВс., 21 янв.[−]

At Lake Tahoe’s Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, it’s not location, location, location, it’s terrain, terrain and more terrain: a combined 6,000 acres of some of the most dependably snowy, scare-yourself-silly inbound skiing and snowboarding among U.S. destination resorts.

Last fall the jointly owned...

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20. Iceland’s remote Deplar Farm delights heli-skiers and adventurersВс., 21 янв.[−]

Alan Bernholtz grew up in the San Fernando Valley and surfed off Malibu. But the ski slopes of the Sierra — and later Colorado, Alaska, the Andes and the Alps — lured him away from the Pacific Ocean.

Now the 49-year-old ski guide spends part of the year flitting from peak to peak in a juiced-up...

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21. Jasper is Canada's winter wanderlandВс., 21 янв.[−]

Snowflakes tumbled lazily in the light of the train as it inched toward the Jasper rail station, where half a dozen elk foraged. They come for grain that freight trains spill on the tracks, a steward had told me on the 18-hour train ride northeast from Vancouver. The elk didn’t even raise their...

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22. Parks and passports are among the many things affected by a government shutdownСб., 20 янв.[−]

The government shutdown may wreak havoc on your visit to a unit of the National Park Service and the speed with which you can get a passport.

California’s park service websites (the list is below) included this notification: “For your planning purposes, some parks in the National Park System may...

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23. Where do the grumpiest travelers come from? D.C. takes the top prizeПт., 19 янв.[−]

More grumpy travelers come from Washington, D.C., than any other location in the country, with Colorado and Oregon second and third, according to a study of hotel reviews nationwide.

California? Always a top-10 finisher, the Golden State came in fourth. You got a problem with that?

The happiest...

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24. Quirky places to eat on your next trip, like that prison in MassachusettsПт., 19 янв.[−]

Food inspires travel. About 22 million Americans were expected to take a culinary vacation in 2017, according to an AAA survey. Three-quarters of those surveyed said food and dining were an important part of their experiences when they were on the road. Here are four surprising places where food...

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25. 101 Freeway reopening delayed until at least Monday. Amtrak adds extra trains to accommodate more travelersПн., 15 янв.[−]

The 101 Freeway in the Santa Barbara area won’t open until at least Jan. 22, Caltrans tweeted Monday. The agency cited continuing cleanup plus storms predicted this week for the ongoing closure between Carpinteria and Santa Barbara.

Until the road reopens, the quickest way to travel to and from...

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