Travel News

  • Heavy Rain Causing Travel Troubles at South Florida Airports CBS News Miami's Tania Francois is at Miami International Airport, where hundreds of travelers are facing flight delays as heavy rain pours throughout South Florida
    CBS News, Thu. Jun 13, 2024
  • Is That *Really* a Four Seasons? Luxury Hotel Fakes Are Out There There are few things I love more than a Four Seasons hotel. The legendary hospitality brand is known for luxury accommodations in top destinations, “Did-that-really-just-happen?”-caliber customer service, and beds so plush I literally have to be lured out of them with the promise of freshly brewed
    Fodor's Travel, Fri. Jun 14, 2024
  • Is It Safe to Travel to Rhodes Right Now? he Greek island of Rhodes, a popular holiday hotspot for British and international tourists, was rocked by a 4.8-magnitude tremor on Wednesday night (June 12). The earthquake is the latest in a string of natural disasters and climate-related extreme weather events in Greece and the Mediterranean. This
    Time Out, Fri. Jun 14, 2024
  • The Chicago River Was a Toxic Wasteland. Now It’s an Urban Oasis. Chicagoans have long avoided the Chicago River—a waterway once so heavily polluted that its stench could make people sick. Since French explorers first charted it in 1673, the river has been manipulated, dredged, and channelized to support Chicago’s growing population. It served as a
    National Geographic, Thu. Jun 13, 2024
  • Grief Retreats Are the Year's Most Cathartic Travel Trend Therapist Josh Dickson has watched many people struggling with grief find healing in an unexpected place: on a surfboard. He runs Resurface, a surf-therapy retreat in Morocco. His clients travel from all over the world to find relief, and Dickson estimates that 30 to 40 percent of them have never seen a
    Popsugar, Fri. Jun 14, 2024