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Travel dilemmas: Should you buy that plane ticket? These 3 questions can help you...

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If you sometimes feel as though the world is conspiring against you and your flight plans, wonder no more. It is — but for different reasons, although all fall under the banner of the “state of the world.”

Mourning the remake and price hike at a favorite hotel

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My family returns to Santa Monica, Calif., almost annually. But since we moved from there 15 years ago, the place has gone posh. A Blockbuster we frequented is now a spa and the UPS store has turned into a place devoted to pearl jewelry.

How to see Yosemite’s ‘firefall.’ Waterfall glows for a limited time in February

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A thin ephemeral waterfall in Yosemite National Park that’s barely noticed by many visitors to the popular Yosemite Valley becomes the California park’s star attraction each February.

Four Seasons Resort’s $15,000-a-night suite helps set Orlando’s only 5 Diamond hotel apart

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The 16th-floor balcony of the $15,000-a-night suite at the Four Seasons Resort Orlando gives guests a bird’s-eye view of the features that help make the hotel a destination for the super-rich and powerful.

Disney offering savings on dining packages, resort and hotel stays

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Whether travelers want to visit the Walt Disney World Resort or the Disneyland Resort, the theme parks and surrounding hotels and resorts are offering savings that make 2020 the perfect time to hit the road.

Here are 5 free days you can visit a national park in 2020

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One of the terrific things about the National Park Service — aside from its incredible duty to serve as the caretaker of America’s greatest outdoor spaces — is the annual designation of five days during the course of the year that are free to the public.

The world’s busiest airport goes smoke-free

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The world’s busiest airport is making a dramatic change sure to affect thousands of customers.

SeaWorld Orlando ends ‘One Ocean’ killer-whale show, to add ‘Orca Encounter’ soon

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SeaWorld Orlando will begin the new year by changing out its centerpiece killer-whale show, replacing “One Ocean” with “Orca Encounter,” the theme park has confirmed.

Traveling for social media is gaining momentum for 2020

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Within the travel trade, most would agree that this past decade has been characterized by social media-fueled tourism, and that trend is not slowing as we turn the corner into 2020.

Shelbyville, Ky., offers the real Christmas town experience

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By now you have probably overdosed on all those Hallmark Christmas movies that begin before Halloween and continue up to New Year’s Day.

Cirque du Soleil, Disney announce name, other details of new show at Disney World

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The new Cirque du Soleil show coming to Walt Disney World this spring finally has a name: “Drawn to Life.”

Family travel five: Lodges that blend activity, relaxation

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Family-friendly lodges provide an ideal venue for your personal blend of active pursuits and relaxation.

World of Disney store’s displays designed to entertain as well as lure shoppers

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Walt Disney World is thinking big — and flexible — when it comes to displays inside its flagship World of Disney store at Disney Springs. Technology and selfie-ready stops have roles as well, members of the company’s visual-merchandising team say.

On Lake Titicaca in Peru, villagers want to draw tourists — but on their...

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In the beginning, there was a lake cradled in the mountains of a high plateau in the Andes.

Royal Caribbean sending new Quantum Ultra ship Odyssey of the Seas to Florida

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Florida finally gets to be home to one of Royal Caribbean’s Quantum-class ships. In fact, it will be getting the newest one when Odyssey of the Seas heads to Fort Lauderdale.

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