Journalist Gabriel Campanario, author of The Art of Urban Sketching, shares his favorite places to draw vacation memories.
Archive for April, 2012
Five-star hotel luxury that’s affordable? We look into the tourism upside of Ireland’s sunk economy.
Do you find yourself enviously clicking through pictures of celebrity homes on your lunch hour? Instead of turning green over the multibillion-dollar estates of George Clooney or Brad and Angelina, why not follow their lead?
Built in 1965, the cruise ship is one of the oldest at sea. But it has a loyal following.
Tax day got you down? Now is your chance to flee society. Drop off the grid. Pull a Thoreau. Be you a survivalist, an environmentalist or a cheapskate-ist, you can join the growing movement of Americans embracing off-grid living.
In nine years of writing this column, I have never received as many e-mails and online comments.
Rental car companies’ prepay prices for gas are generally higher than local gas stations this year, USA TODAY survey finds.
Looking for adventure, and ready to head out on the highway?
A growing number of lodges adhere to green values, offering nature adventures in a sustainable setting.
There are tears, tributes and “My Heart Will Go On.” For those aboard a memorial cruise marking 100 years since the Titanic’s demise, this weekend is about paying respect — even if it gets a little eerie.