The COVID-19 pandemic delayed the hoped-for Fourth of July opening.
“Illinois had a shutdown for nonessential workers, and construction was a gray area but it slowed everything down from the supply chains to the construction to really every aspect of the project, so it was a real challenge,” said Rubenstein. “I think we did a really good job as being able to communicate as much as possible while
The Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency will add the new Central Otago Touring Route to its drive tourism map.
A nationally-recognised 336-kilometre “road trip” through Central Otago will make it easier for Kiwis explore their own backyard.
The Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency has approved a Central Otago Touring Route through Central Otago when travelling from Dunedin to Queenstown or vice versa. The route goes via Middlemarch, Ranfurly, Alexandra,
DURANGO, Colorado — If ever there was a tourist destination built for social distancing during a global pandemic, it’s this scenic and spacious town of about 20,000 residents at the base of the San Juan Mountains in southwestern Colorado.
Durango offers plenty of wide-open spaces for nature lovers, adventure seekers and history buffs, with numerous outdoor dining choices — some in spectacular settings.
And you’re not likely to have
Traveling with kids, taking care of your mental health on the road, traveling while Black — these are some of the topics an upcoming webinar hosted by the Miami-based Black Travel Summit will highlight this weekend.
The two-day virtual event will bring together 26 speakers from around the globe, including content creators and a director for the Seychelles Tourism Board. The event runs from Oct. 17-18 and is sponsored in
Mindfulness practice has helped keep me relatively sane throughout the pandemic so far, but no amount of living-in-the-moment can stop me from daydreaming about a time when we can travel freely again. Maybe it will be next spring, or several lifetimes from now, but someday we’ll once again cram into aluminum tubes and soar blissfully through the air together.
Some prognosticated changes to the travel industry have already come to
With the holidays approaching, more than half of surveyed travelers say their first trip since COVID-19 halted life as we know it will be during Thanksgiving and Christmas time, according to a new study from travel booking app Hopper.
Fifty-five percent said it would be their first trip in the COVID-19 era, according to the report, shared with Travel + Leisure, that surveyed
So, you’ve already got an Echo Dot device in every room plus Alexa to place your grocery orders at Whole Foods, tell you the weather, and…do pretty much everything else from the comfort of your home. But what about your car?
Amazon’s Echo Auto, currently 60% off ahead of Prime Day, is a hands-free (increasingly important these days) device that brings
The majority of Americans say their holiday plans won’t be business as usual in 2020.
The ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is complicating plans for family gatherings and travel in the U.S. this winter. Sixty percent of respondents to Travelocity’s 2020 Holiday Outlook survey claim they won’t be traveling to see family and friends on Thanksgiving, Christmas and other holidays.
Of that group, 1 in 3 say they won’t
The Great River Road extends more than 2,500 miles from Lake Itasca to the Gulf of Mexico and offers the most diverse views of the Mississippi River along the scenic byway in Minnesota. Minnesota’s Great River Road is the designated travel route to reach them all.
“The Mississippi River is one of the greatest rivers in the world,” said Karl Samp, a Minnesota Mississippi River Parkway commissioner.
A sign for
PEDESTRIAN.TV have partnered with Visit NSW to help you plan a weekend away that you’ll never forget.
We’ll be honest with you, mates. 2020 has been a bit of a tough year. Don’t you just want to get away from it all and spend a nice weekend in your own little world?
Taking a trip is a bit trickier than usual – international travel isn’t an option for the foreseeable
When my son’s life was stuck in neutral last fall, I decided to take him on a cross-country road trip. I thought an adventure would give him new experiences and perspectives, open his mind to possibilities.
Driving coast-to-coast helped change my own stalled life 30 years ago. There’s a reason stories of the road have long been a fixture of America.
And it would be good to spend some time
The anthology combines stories and tips from several contributors for a diverse guide to the area with places to eat, shop and drink, focused on giving travelers reliable ways to take a trip alone or with a carful of family members.
“I think you’re going to see home in a different way, and that’s exactly the point,” Nelson says.
Available for preorder now, the book comes at a time when
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In a world where air travel is at a standstill, more travelers are starting to road trip during the coronavirus pandemic. Your car — whether a rental or a personal vehicle — is a safe haven from the
Bolstered by the summer’s surge in demand for domestic, drive-only vacations, the recreational vehicle travel sector is continuing to boom well into the fall.
According to peer-to-peer RV rental marketplace RVshare, RV bookings were up 95% year over year for Labor Day weekend and 123% for the autumn season on the whole.
The platform also reports that it recently doubled its seven-year booking total in just the past 13 months,
Aside from pure courage, perseverance most characterized the women of the suffrage movement. They kept on for decades, compelled to pass the torch from generation to generation before getting it done.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to our Constitution, enfranchising all American women. Big celebrations were in the works for Seneca Falls, New York, where Elizabeth Cady Stanton gathered early women’s rights leaders in July
Almond in Bridgehampton is taking a stand against the controversial travel ban that restricts admission of citizens from six Muslim-majority countries to the United States.
On Wednesday, April 19, Executive Chef Jason Weiner’s latest wine dinner at Almond will feature a five-course meal that highlights dishes from Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen – the six Middle East countries that have been impacted by the ban.
Weiner wants to