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Colorado spring snowstorm causes travel headaches – Denver Post

Colorado spring snowstorm causes travel headaches – Denver Post

View more images from the snow storm hits Denver, Front Range. Colorado will stay cold Sunday and could get another dusting of snow as it recovers from a spring snowstorm that shut down portions of both major interstates, canceled more than 200 flights and made travel on the Eastern Plains all but impossible. Roads are […]

7 Fun Travel Trends For Retirees – Huffington Post

A total of 10,000 people turn 65 each day — and many of them who retire want to make the most of travel opportunities. In my new book, “65 Things to Do When You Retire: Travel,” I invited a world-class collection of writers and travel experts who are literally from all over the world to […]

Roadtrippers Redesigns the Travel Guide for Esoteric Exploration – Wired

Roadtrippers Redesigns the Travel Guide for Esoteric Exploration – Wired

Discover interesting places and paths through the country on the Roadtrippers app. Roadtrippers is a travel-planning app designed for people who like to spend their vacations hunting for Bigfoot. Half travel guidebook, half app, Roadtrippers’ goal is turning trips into adventures. The website, which was recently redesigned as a fully responsive web app, gives globetrotters a […]

Now Online | T Spring Travel 2013 – New York Times (blog)

Now Online | T Spring Travel 2013 – New York Times (blog)

Photography by Mario Sorrenti; Styled by Jane How. Anja Rubik in an Emporio Armani top, $345; armani.com. “America and Beyond” is the theme of the spring travel issue of T. Start off locally with “Modernism Is the Message,” a look at fashion’s new minimalism, as seen through the eyes of the photographer Mario Sorrenti. Then […]

Travel with the veep is magnifique! – CNN (blog)

(CNN) – If you think Paris is expensive, the City of Light costs a lot more when you’re traveling with the vice president. Recent documents posted to a government website give a rare glimpse of Vice President Joe Biden’s overseas travel expenses.Follow @politicalticker Official business took him last month to Europe, a trip that included […]

Travel Essentials | Seoul – New York Times (blog)

Travel Essentials | Seoul – New York Times (blog)

Where to eat, drink and stay in Korea’s capital. Related The Reincarnation of Seoul With a rush of sweeping cultural transformations, the South Korean capital is becoming the fashionable intrigue of the Far East. More… The Meeting Place | Park Hyatt Seoul It has all the trappings of a great metropolitan hotel: heated ondol floors, […]

Travel Essentials | São Paulo – New York Times (blog)

Travel Essentials | São Paulo – New York Times (blog)

Where to eat, drink and stay in Brazil’s most populous city. Related The New New São Paulo Brazil’s largest city is being redefined, as urbanites with fresh ideas turn some of the most blighted areas into bohemian playgrounds. More… EATZ Carniceria A butcher shop turned bar and eatery, Z Carniceria — one of the nightlife […]

MoDOT issues travel advisory ahead of winter storm – Kansas City Star

MoDOT issues travel advisory ahead of winter storm – Kansas City Star

‘+’>’); } –> “); <!––> Jobs Cars Rentals Homes Classifieds FindnSave Place an Ad Home News Father, daughter presumed dead after bridge jump Police think a father and daughter held hands as they plunged toward the Missouri River from the Bond Bridge Thursday. The woman may have been holding the family dog. Man is accused […]

Travel: Daffodil Hill in bloom; Cal, San Jose family camp signups – San Jose Mercury News

Travel: Daffodil Hill in bloom; Cal, San Jose family camp signups – San Jose Mercury News

Click photo to enlarge Daffodil Hill opens There’s a riot of yellow blooms atop Daffodil Hill in Amador County, now open for its 73rd season. This alpine ranch, which dates to the 1880s, is covered every spring with more than 300,000 bulbs, and visitors are welcome to stroll the 4-acre grounds. Picnicking is allowed, too. […]

Pentagon handed out $419 million in improper travel reimbursements last year – Washington Times

Pentagon handed out $419 million in improper travel reimbursements last year – Washington Times

Enlarge Photo ** FILE ** In this Oct. 1, 2012 photo, an American Airlines … more > Facebook Follow @washtimes During the recent sequester debate, the Pentagon was among the most vocal federal agencies in describing the potential impact of the automatic spending cuts that took effect March 1. It has not been as vocal, however, […]