The debate over electronic devices on planes
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Johnstown, Pa., memorializes the second-deadliest natural disaster in U.S. history.
These cards are the norm in Europe, so travelers should take note.
In renting out cars it doesn’t own, FlightCar aims to be the Airbnb of rental companies.
Readers send in amusing signs from the road.
Once she found Embassy Suites dull and predictable. Now she cherishes those traits — and the doors.
Online museum features examples from 180 countries, elevating the humble “Do Not Disturb” hanger.
If all you eat on the road are hotel chain waffles, you miss out on the country’s diversity.
The author takes a flying lesson — and tries not to lose it in the air.
Her father raved for 40 years about a soup he’d had once in Spain. She set out to find it.
A tour of Philadelphia’s many vegetarian dining options.
London’s Natural History Museum opens a permanent exhibit of 22 of its most precious specimens.
You should never leave for a trip without certain medications and supplies.
Make your next trip a little easier by following these tips.
If you have surgery, especially below the waist, doctors generally warn you not to fly, for fear of blood clots.
Paris pharmacies offer a mother lode of fabulous — and inexpensive — cosmetics for every need.
Highlights from highly recommended destinations on TripAdvisor.com.
Twenty million tons of water devastated Johnstown, Pa., on May 31, 1889, claiming the lives of 2,209 people.
Every subway station on the Red Line is decorated with fascinating, colorful artwork that’s worth a look.
The Arabian Peninsula sultanate is a relatively new and increasingly popular destination with grand ambitions.