A history-making event occurred on May 1, 2016. For the first time in over 50 years a cruise ship from the U.S. set sail for Havana, Cuba. And for the first time in decades, people born in Cuba were permitted to enter the country by sea.
Travel writer Jason Frye knows North Carolina, a state he fell in love with during vacations when he was growing up in West V irginia. He’s written several guidebooks about the Tar Heel state and his latest are Moon North Carolina: With Great Smoky Mountains and Moon North Carolina Coast: With the Outer Banks.
When it was published in 2015, “100 Places in France Every Woman Should Go” debuted as a New York Times travel bestseller. Marcia DeSanctis has written a unique hybrid: part memoir, part journalism, part travel advice.
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Listen carefully in the juke joints, restaurants or the impressive interactive museums in Tunica, Cleveland, Clarksdale and Indianola, and you’re bound to hear fans talking about their love of the blues – many with international accents.
I used to live in a 1918 Craftsman bungalow. Sure, the fireplace in the living…
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I love some history with my dose of southern hospitality, and these three inns deliver.
It wasn’t as big of an aha moment as my discovery of the app Tripit, which organized all my travel. But learning how to pack a hat was up there. No more wearing a big straw hat in the airport and trying to find space for it on the plane or crushing it in my suitcase to carry on.