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  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 13, 2018

    HOW I USED AIRBNB'S OPEN HOMES PROGRAM TO HELP CALIFORNIA WILDFIRE VICTIMS

    The company waives fees and covers insurance for homeowners who participate.

    Insurance, California
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 13, 2018

    A HOST OF NEW APPS CAN HELP TRAVELERS LEARN FOREIGN LANGUAGES - UP TO A POINT

    Computer-based language instruction is on the rise. Here's what you need to know.

    Travel, Traveling
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 13, 2018

    WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT BUFFALO

    Yes, it gets some snow. Okay, a lot of it. But the newly hot city in Upstate New York - full of sports enthusiasts, restaurateurs and...

    Weather, Sports, City, Sport, New York
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 12, 2018

    STATE DEPARTMENT CAMPAIGN HAS A HOLIDAY MESSAGE FOR AMERICANS ABROAD: TRAVEL SAFELY

    The agency has created a checklist for use before and during your trip.

    Trip, Holidays, Holiday, Travel, Traveling
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 12, 2018

    DELTA: ON LONG FLIGHTS, LEAVE YOUR SUPPORT ANIMAL AT HOME

    Delta Air Lines will bar emotional-support animals on long flights

    Flight, Bar, Flights
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 9, 2018

    SWATH OF SOUTH FACES WINTRY MESS: SNOW, SLEET, FREEZING RAIN

    Millions in Southern states brace for a harsh wintry storm that could bring immobilizing snowfalls, icy roads or deadly floods.

    Road, Roads
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 8, 2018

    PUERTO RICO PUTS HURRICANE MARIA - AND THE BULK OF THE RECOVERY - BEHIND IT

    The island has reached pre-storm levels for cruises and flights, and about 75 percent of hotels are open.

    Puerto Rico, Flight, Cruise, Cruises, Flights, Hotel, Hotels
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 8, 2018

    AFFORDABLE, FRIENDLY NEVIS OFFERS THE PERFECT SITE FOR A DO-IT-YOURSELF WELLNESS RETREAT

    The island abounds with opportunities to enjoy fresh food, contemplation and exercise.

    Wellness, Nevis, Food, Retreat
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 8, 2018

    IN THE BAHAMAS, CAT ISLAND OFFERS SPECTACULAR DIVING AND SOLITUDE FOR MILES

    With a diminishing population of locals and few outside visitors, this is not Nassau.

    Diving
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 7, 2018

    IN ROME, A NEW LAW TARGETS SUCH BAD TOURIST BEHAVIORS AS BATHING IN FOUNTAINS

    Repeat offenders risk expulsion from certain areas of Italy's capital city.

    City, Rome, Italy
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 7, 2018

    WHY DO AIRLINES BLOCK THEIR CUSTOMERS ON SOCIAL MEDIA?

    Twitter can be a good way to reach companies when you have a complaint - up to a point.

    Customs, Custom, Airlines
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 7, 2018

    INSTEAD OF THE MAGNIFICENT MILE, HEAD TO HYDE PARK FOR A REAL SENSE OF CHICAGO

    Historical homes, diverse eateries and lakefront acreage are among its attractions.

    Chicago, Park
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 7, 2018

    TRAVEL DEALS: NORTHERN LIGHTS PACKAGE IN ICELAND AND SOUTHWEST FARE SALE

    The week's best bargains around the globe.

    Traveling, Travel, Deals
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 7, 2018

    ABOARD A CHARTERED CATAMARAN IN THE BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS: THE MORE THE MERRIER

    A family sailing vacation goes better when kids - and parents - have friends along for the ride.

    Vacation, Kids, Kid, Family, Vacations
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 2, 2018

    THE LATEST: MACRON SEEKS NEW DIALOGUE WITH PROTEST REPS

    French President Emmanuel Macron has asked his interior minister to consider making “adaptations” to security procedures to try to...

  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 2, 2018

    THE LATEST: PARIS POLICE CHIEF SAYS 112 CARS TORCHED IN RIOT

    The chief of police in Paris has condemned protest-related rioting in the French capital as unprecedented and unacceptable violence

    Paris, Car
  • By Washington Post   -   Dec 2, 2018

    UTAH SAY GOODBYE TO $1 MILLION FOR PARKS DURING ‘13 SHUTDOWN

    Utah leaders are resigned to the fact that they are likely to never be repaid the nearly $1 million the state spent in 2013 to keep...

    Park, National Parks
  • By Washington Post   -   Nov 30, 2018

    EDITING YOUR TRAVEL PHOTOS CAN MAKE ALL THE DIFFERENCE - HERE'S HOW TO DO IT

    From Photoshop to built-in options on your smartphone, these are the tools the pros use.

    Traveling, Travel
  • By Washington Post   -   Nov 30, 2018

    URBAN BOURBON: A WHISKEY LOVER'S JAUNT THROUGH LOUISVILLE

    Contemporary art, regional cuisine and a vibrant music scene spice up a tour of the city.

    Urban, Tour, Art, Arts, City
  • By Washington Post   -   Nov 30, 2018

    A SKIER'S CIRCUIT: THE ‘POWDER HIGHWAY' THROUGH THE CANADIAN ROCKIES

    In British Columbia, heavy snow, light crowds and every kind of skiing imaginable.

    Skiing, Ski