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Q&A: Dale DeGroff on the Origin of Cocktails, Katrina and the Rainbow Room
DeGroff on the best cocktails when traveling, and New Orleans and New York drinking cultures.
The Getaway: Safety Tips for Using Hotel Gym Equipment
Experts advise on how travelers can avoid health risks when working out away from home.
In Transit: Wednesday?s Travel News and Tips
What you need to know if you?re on a trip or planning one soon, including a Bach festival in California and an art weekend in London.
In Transit: Tourism in Greece Remains Steady During Debt Crisis
Credit and debit cards issued by foreign banks are being accepted throughout the country without any additional regulations.
E.U. to End Cellphone Roaming Charges in 2017
The new rules, which will apply to people who travel across the 28-member bloc, are accompanied by regulations on so-called net neutrality.
Road Trip: A Rookie?s Road Trip Through Montana, Wyoming and Idaho
A car-averse traveler finds freedom in the driver?s seat, covering 700 miles and three states over three days.
In Transit: Tuesday?s Travel News and Tips
What you need to know if you?re on a trip or planning one soon, including pet tracking on Delta flights and HomeAway listings for Dubai.
Farm Waste and Animal Fats Will Help Power a United Jet
Later this summer, United Airlines will begin using fuel generated from farm waste and oil from animal fats to help power its commercial flights.
In Transit: Wandering the Wonders of Oregon
A state tourism campaign promotes Oregon destinations from Crater Lake National Park to the Columbia River Gorge; here?s how to see them.
Where to Go Now: A Food Tour of Seinfeld?s New York
With ?Seinfeld? making its streaming television debut this month, fans may want to revisit what remains of the show?s New York food scene.