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Insta Q&A: Spring Sailing With Teens

To those who say traveling with a toddler is hard, I say: Ever taken a trip with a teenager? The rewards can be great, sure, but keeping these semi-independent creatures amused, engaged and happy on a vacation can be just as challenging as dealing with little kids. With that in...

By Christina Talcott | January 28, 2009; 08:30 AM ET | Comments (2)

It Came From the Chat: Honeymoons

On yesterday's Travel Chat, we had many more questions than usual about honeymoon destinations, from Aruba to Spain. Here are some tips readers doled out to the soon-to-be-wed: Silver Spring MD: For the potential honeymoon in Aruba -- the Renaissance hotel has a private beach that is fabulous. A small...

By Christina Talcott | January 27, 2009; 09:22 AM ET | Comments (4)

Friday Photo: Shake on It

Today's Friday Photo, by Cathy Sampson of Shrewsbury, Mass., has a story behind it that's more about a photo not taken. Let's let her tell it: "I took this photo while scuba diving in Grand Cayman this April. Our son's friend, Brian Sklut, was completing his checkout dives to earn...

By Christina Talcott | July 18, 2008; 02:43 PM ET | Comments (0)

Cuba Bound

For decades the U.S. has restricted travel to Cuba, and while any savvy traveler used to be able to legally circumvent the restrictions, the Bush administration has made it an almost total ban, unless you are a journalist going to do a story or you have relatives in Cuba. The...

By Cindy Loose | May 15, 2007; 10:13 AM ET | Comments (0)

Best of the Caribbean

I would never ask readers to do my work. Unless they want to. Here's the deal: We're constantly asked, "Where should I go in the Caribbean?" I'm trying to put together a definitive list of which islands are best for those looking for specific experiences. I plan this week to...

By Cindy Loose | February 7, 2007; 10:53 AM ET | Comments (19)


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