Whether you want to hit the slopes in Colorado, get your theme park fix in Orlando, or laze in the giant pool overlooking the ocean at an all-inclusive in Mexico or the Caribbean, you’ve got plenty of affordable options — as long as you are comfortable traveling right now.
With Valentine’s Day this month and the pressure of working as well as overseeing young children and older ones’ remote schooling, everyone is desperate for some adult time, as well as a change of scene.
For many of us, exploring new places through food is a big part of why we like to travel--from farmers’ markets to local groceries, bakeries and restaurants
While big-ship cruises are a lot of fun, there is also growing interest for small-ship adventures that in some cases don’t cost much more than a big ship.
At some resorts and city hotels, you can still applaud big gingerbread house displays, but more often you will find virtual displays in this pandemic year
Germany normally has some 2,500 holiday markets Most are canceled or virtual this year and no one is cruising
Ski resorts hope that just as Americans flocked to the mountains to enjoy the outdoors safely this summer, they will this winter too and with remote school and learning, may opt to stay longer
I’d give anything for a traditional Thanksgiving, all hassles included. This pandemic, of course, has made us all rethink holiday planning and traditions
Many ski areas will open before Thanksgiving, promising to be ready with additional pandemic protocols to keep us safe.
By Eileen Ogintz COLORADO SPRINGS, CO -- We are at over 8,000 feet up a steep gravel road from Colorado Springs in the Pike National Forest trying to decide whether…