In celebration of the most needed happy hour of the week, we're launching a new column called Monday, Five Thirty that will take a look at different vices from around the world, specifically boozes and beers unique to a destination.
Have you ever been on a high-speed train and, out of nowhere, felt the urge to dip your feet into a nice warm bath while you watch scenery wizz by the window?
The BBC's Top Gear recently brought their show on the road again, and this time they headed to Burma/Myanmar.
Were right in the middle of SXSW, and if youre lucky enough to be in attendance this year chances are that AUS will be in your plans.
An entire weekend has passed since the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 and, in that time, the only news of any consequence has been that at least two passengers onboard were traveling under false identities, using stolen passports.
If you've been traveling of late, you might have noticed that the TSA has a new strategy of expediting the security screening process, filtering travelers going through general security into the dedicated precheck line at random.
Weve had a thing for American Airlines over the last year, and rightfully so. The carrier gobbled up a competitor, scored a new paint job and branding, and ordered a bunch of new airplanes.
Above: 9M-MRO, the aircraft involved BREAKING NEWS A Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200ER has disappeared over where the Gulf of Thailand becomes the South China Sea, and neither the airline nor authorities are sure of its whereabouts or fate.
TGIF. In honor of it being Friday evening, we're throwing some credit over to the fine folks at The Onion, America's finest satirical periodical.
In a new weekly Friday column, we'll explore street food and other culinary specialties from around the world.
This weekend Wes Anderson's latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, opens in theaters, but this one resort you can't actually check into.
For those looking for a more thrilling way to celebrate St. Patricks Day rather than hitting the local bar, theres always Ireland.
Welcome to "What Everyone's Buying," a new series on souvenirs, wherein we investigate what tourist trinkets are the hottest selling in hotspots around the world.
Air China has announced that it will begin nonstop service between our Nation's Capital and Beijing starting this summer on June 10th.
Its time to stay connected high in the sky with yet another carrier, as this week theres a buzz around El Al and their plans to install the necessary bits and pieces to support a little in-flight WiFi.
Jet lag is one of things where you're always thinking, "hey, this can't happen to me." And then everything is hunky-dory until you step off the plane, have an hour's burst of energy, and then promptly sink into drowsy uselessness for two or three days.
Sure, we love all the speed and comfort of modern travel, but it didn't that way overnight. Every Thursday, we're going to take a look back at travel the way it used to be, whether that's decades or centuries ago.
Neil Patrick Harris and his partner David Burtka were spotted arriving at JFK Airport on Tuesday but this wasn't just another flight from LAX, it officially marked their cross-country move.
These days, the general consensus is that airlines nickel and dime you every chance they get along the way.
Theyre at it again this year, but after the news from last month its going to cost you a little bit more to party all night long.