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Disney Lawsuit: Frivolous Claims or Discrimination?
Family/Kids Travel / Theme Parks / Travel News

Disney Lawsuit: Frivolous Claims or Discrimination?

Sixteen families with autistic children have filed a lawsuit against Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. The reaction online has been divisive, to say the least. Is this a frivolous lawsuit… Read More…

The Best Travel Package Deals for Single Parents
Window Seat or Aisle Seat

The Best Travel Package Deals for Single Parents

Two major events arrive every year in April: spring showers and tax time. One makes our gardens gloriously green, while the other diminishes the same verdant color in our wallets…. Read More…

Beyond Coachella: 5 Music Festivals Across the U.S.
Festivals / Pop Culture Travel

Beyond Coachella: 5 Music Festivals Across the U.S.

Coachella begins today, unofficially kicking off summer music festival season. While it’s likely that at least one of your favorite bands is playing at Coachella, you may not live nearby… Read More…

A Food Critic’s Favorite New York Neighborhood Restaurants
Culinary Travel / Restaurants

A Food Critic’s Favorite New York Neighborhood Restaurants

There are as many as 19,000 restaurants in Manhattan alone and, with so many spots opening and closing, it’s hard to keep up. So, we went straight to the expert. New… Read More…

Disney Lawsuit: Families With Autism Claim ADA Violation
Theme Parks / Travel News

Disney Lawsuit: Families With Autism Claim ADA Violation

Sixteen families with autistic children have filed a lawsuit against the Walt Disney Company for violating the Americans with Disabilities Act, based on its new policies for disabled guests. Last… Read More…

Voluntourism Spotlight: Help Preserve the English Countryside in the Cotswolds
Voluntourism

Voluntourism Spotlight: Help Preserve the English Countryside in the Cotswolds

London is teeming with activities, but don’t miss the opportunity to get outside of the city and experience the English countryside. The organization Responsible Travel gives you the option to… Read More…

Treat Mom to These New Spa Treatments
Spa Travel

Treat Mom to These New Spa Treatments

Ever gotten a massage only to tense up again as soon as you walk outside? Rather than just getting a treatment and leaving, make it a weekend getaway—especially with Mother’s… Read More…

Voluntourism Spotlight: Restore Medieval Architecture at La Sabranenque
Voluntourism

Voluntourism Spotlight: Restore Medieval Architecture at La Sabranenque

Travelers love to visit historic sites, but they often don’t realize the preservation efforts constantly required to maintain these landmarks. Voluntourism offers a unique way to get to know a… Read More…

The Travel Industry’s Best April Fools’ Jokes
Pop Culture Travel

The Travel Industry’s Best April Fools’ Jokes

Cheap flights to Mars, rideshares in cardboard cars, nap maps, renting out your boss’ desk…April Fools! Here are a few of the best  jokes from the travel industry for 2014…. Read More…

The American Airlines “Deaf and Dumb” Scandal Is Sadly Commonplace
Accessible Travel / Travel News

The American Airlines “Deaf and Dumb” Scandal Is Sadly Commonplace

A Deaf couple from Texas has publicly shamed American Airlines for first losing their luggage, then returning it to them with a note attached reading “Please text–deaf and dumb.” Although… Read More…

Voluntourism Spotlight: Spitalfields City Farm
Voluntourism

Voluntourism Spotlight: Spitalfields City Farm

Located roughly four miles from London, travelers can immerse themselves in a truly local experience by volunteering at Spitalfields City Farm. This community farm was set up in 1978 by… Read More…