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Los Angeles : How Virgin America Aided the Post-Hurricane Evacuation from Cabo San Lucas


In the days following last week's category 3 Hurricane Odile and the destruction of Mexico's Baja Peninsula, both military and commercial jets mustered and pooled resources to rescue a thousands of stranded and weary travelers.

Virginia City : Race to Escape a City Overrun with Zombies During Nevada's Redrun II


If Zombiegeddon were upon us, would you rather be among the hordes of zombies, the living insane, or those running for their lives?

Seattle: Easy Day Trips from Seattle: The Woodland Park Rose Garden


Seattleites love spending time outside. This week, contributor Lilit Marcus shows how even the most indoorsy city kid can enjoy Seattle's outdoor gems without having to go on the advanced hike.

$102 for a Carry-On Bag? Watch Out for Spirit's Newest Holiday Fees


A new baggage fee—yes another one—will hurt holiday season travelers this year, but only if you're flying notoriously fee-happy Spirit Airlines.

Travel Movie Tuesday: 'Thelma & Louise,' The Naughty Girl's Road-Trip


From Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck falling in love in Rome to Julia Roberts circling the globe to find herself, film has played an important role in shaping both the golden years and current day of travel.

Zip Up a Hoodie and Head to These Three Fall Harvest Festivals


Had enough of Pumpkin Spice Lattes? It's only just officially turned autumn, and there's still many weeks ahead for enjoying homemade pies, the coziness of your favorite hoodie, the colors of foliage, and harvest festivals.

Los Angeles: Inside the New Oneworld International Business Lounge at LAX


Freshly opened back in June, the new International Business Lounge within the Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) at Los Angeles International Airport is the result of a combined effort from Oneworld alliance partners Qantas, British Airways, and Cathay Pacific.

Halifax: Yes, You Can Totally Buy and Fly with a Live Lobster at Halifax International Airport


"Security will accept lobsters as a carry-on piece." When was the last time you heard that an airport?

Edinburgh: Follow in the Edinburgh Footsteps of the 'Outlander' Scottish Wedding


Saturday night's big wedding — and wedding night — episode of Outlander has some brides fantasizing about their own Scottish ceremony.

Sandusky: What Does the 'Rougarou' Name of Cedar Point's Next Coaster Mean?


Cedar Point's record-breaking Mantis roller coaster may still have a little more than two weeks yet to live, but already the paint cans are open and hype machine on high for the ride's transformation to "Rougarou." Losing its primary colors in favor of a fiery orange, Mantis ends its run on October 19 and will lose the stand-up style trains to become a sit-down "floorless" coaster named for a fictional monster.

Cabo San Lucas: Photos: Relief Efforts and Hurricane Destruction at Cabo San Lucas' Airport

With recent news that it may still be another week before commercial flights resume at Los Cabos International Airport, travelers are undoubtedly concerned for travel plans to Mexico's Baja Peninsula.

Seattle: Easy Day Trips from Seattle: A Total Beginner's Guide to Olympic National Park


Seattleites love spending time outside. This week, contributor Lilit Marcus shows how even the most indoorsy city kid can enjoy Seattle's outdoor gems without having to go on the advanced hike.

Mirror Mirror on the Wall, What North American Airline Has the Most Legroom of All?


The legroom debate is hardly new; did you know, for example, that it's already been a whole four years since Spirit Airlines did away with reclining seats altogether?

Cabo San Lucas: New Details on the Reopening Date for Cabo San Lucas' Hurricane-Damaged Airport


Los Cabos' battered airport is seen behind the wingtip of an Alaska Airlines relief flight The fallout from Hurricane Odile continues, now one week after the category 3 storm lashed the Baja Peninsula and stranded nearly 40,000 tourists.

Video: Watch a SWISS Plane and Fighter Jets Show Off Over Switzerland


Talk about Swiss precision! On August 30 and again on September 6, a SWISS International Air Lines Airbus A330, flanked by six Northrop F-5E Tiger II fighter jets of the Patrouille Suisse, whizzed above a crowd of approximately 50,000 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Swiss Air Force and 50th Anniversary of its aerobatic division.

The 5 Most Complex Corn Mazes in the Midwest


The calendar is quickly approaching harvest season, which means more than just bean soup in a pot and sweet corn on the grill.

No Reservations? No Problem: How to Get a Table in a Big Tent at Oktoberfest


"O'zapft is!" These are the words—"it is tapped!"—with which the Mayor of Munich will open 2014 Oktoberfest tomorrow, September 20.

Sydney: Where to Visit the Post-Apocalyptic Labyrinth of 'The Maze Runner'


Do you think you could survive The Maze? Starting today, Maze Runner fans will have the chance to test their skills in The Maze Runner Adventure - Live.

Paris: Travel Contest Roundup: Four Ways to Visit Paris for Free


We realize travel budgets may be limited, but it’s free to dream. This is where contests come into the picture, and there's always the chance that you could be the big winner—just don't forget to tell us if you are!

Expedia's New Heartwarming Ad Highlights Rewards Points for Family Travel


Expedia's been on a bit of a roll with sentimental travel advertising lately. Over the summer there was this one about how you can find your true love by vacationing abroad.


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