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Discovering Salinas Valley in California & The History of John Steinbeck
Culinary Travel / California / Culture

Discovering Salinas Valley in California & The History of John Steinbeck

We live in a disconnected age where colors define politics and words like “rural” and “urban” are used to describe who we are. For children of big city parents, the… Read More…

Discovering Branson, Missouri & the Ozarks
Family/Kids Travel / Restaurants / South / USA

Discovering Branson, Missouri & the Ozarks

Many of you might have heard about Branson, Missouri, but few of you have ever been there Some of you might think of Branson as a fabrication, as a sort… Read More…

Baseball Spring Training: Arizona’s Fields of Dreams
Spring / Professional Sports / West

Baseball Spring Training: Arizona’s Fields of Dreams

When the spring months arrive, many baseball fans travel to watch their favorite teams train for the upcoming season. Contributing writer David DeVoss recently visited Arizona to see 15 different… Read More…

How Airlines Are Targeting Business Travelers and Baby Boomers
Travel News / Airlines & Airports

How Airlines Are Targeting Business Travelers and Baby Boomers

With airlines charging for the smallest fees, it’s hard to feel like you’re getting a good deal on airplane fare. But is there more to it? Contributing writer David DeVoss… Read More…

Don’t Overlook San Luis Obispo & California’s Central Coast
Culinary Travel / California

Don’t Overlook San Luis Obispo & California’s Central Coast

California travelers flock North to San Francisco and South to Los Angeles, but some of the state’s greatest rewards can be found in the central coast. Contributing writer David DeVoss… Read More…

Paris Air Show Recap: Airbus A350 vs Boeing 787 Dreamliner
Travel News / Airlines & Airports

Paris Air Show Recap: Airbus A350 vs Boeing 787 Dreamliner

This week’s Paris Air Show at Le Bourget airport saw the rivalry between Boeing and Airbus – an engineering battle that will determine the size and configuration of aircraft all… Read More…

Discovering Iceland: Myth vs. Reality
Culture / Scandinavia & the Baltics

Discovering Iceland: Myth vs. Reality

If you watch Game of Thrones, you’re probably familiar with Iceland as the dramatic landscape for the scenes shot behind the wall. Iceland has long been surrounded by myth. Is… Read More…

Boeing 787 Dreamliner: Ready for Takeoff…Again?
Travel News / Airlines & Airports / Travel Safety

Boeing 787 Dreamliner: Ready for Takeoff…Again?

Last week, the National Transportation Safety Board conducted two days of hearings into the Boeing 787 Dreamliner without uncovering a root cause of the battery meltdowns. Similar investigations took place… Read More…

Malaysia: Highlights from 40 Years of Travel through the Asian Peninsula
Asia / Cultural Immersion / Culture / Southeast Asia

Malaysia: Highlights from 40 Years of Travel through the Asian Peninsula

Travel correspondent David DeVoss has been to Malaysia over 30 times and each time he is greeted by modern innovations as well as reminders of the nation’s multi-ethnic history. DeVoss… Read More…

St. Louis Baseball: A Heartland Ballpark Experience
Family/Kids Travel / Midwest / Professional Sports

St. Louis Baseball: A Heartland Ballpark Experience

All eyes are on St. Louis this week as America tunes in to watch the Cardinals play the Milwaukee Brewers for the National League pennant. But there’s more to the… Read More…

Boeing Dreamliner Finally Takes Off – Three Years Later
Travel News / Airlines & Airports / Travel Tools

Boeing Dreamliner Finally Takes Off – Three Years Later

The Boeing Dreamliner has been almost a decade in the making, but will it be a game changer? Contributing writer David DeVoss explores the 787’s new developments and reviews everything… Read More…

Natchez Parkway is a 444-mile highway, America’s most linear national park. The park’s headquarters and interpretive center is just outside Tupelo, MS.
Family/Kids Travel / Culture / National Parks / South

Natchez Trace National Park: Path Through The South’s Past

The original Natchez Trace Parkway may have been built in an era when cotton was king, but today tourism is one of the area’s main industries. Contributing writer David DeVoss takes… Read More…

Macau, China: World’s Wealthiest Gambling City
Travel News / China / Luxury Travel

Macau, China: World’s Wealthiest Gambling City

When you think of the most profitable gambling city, it’s probably Las Vegas or Monte Carlo and not Macau, China. But, it turns out that in just four years this 11-mile… Read More…

A “Belonger” Looks Back at Hong Kong As Its Capitalist Heart Beats On
Travel News / Stories & Personal Journals

A “Belonger” Looks Back at Hong Kong As Its Capitalist Heart Beats On

More than 10 years ago, on a blustery night marked by torrential rain, Hong Kong was returned to China after 155 years of British colonial rule. Margaret Thatcher, Prime Minster… Read More…