Tag Archives: America’s

At Hotels in America’s Priciest Cities, You Pay for the View

Filed under: Travel, Travel Industry, Lodging, Vacation Planning David L. Moore – HIM/AlamyThe Grand Wailea Hotel is in one of America’s priciest spots for accommodations. Travelers to California, Hawaii and Florida saw the highest hotel rates for the first half of 2014, with all but five of the top 20 cities in those popular vacation spots experiencing price increases from ...

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AP PHOTOS: Lunar eclipse in Asia and the Americas

The Earth’s shadow begins to fall on the moon during a total lunar eclipse, behind a weathervane shaped like a Spanish galleon on the Freedom Tower, Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2014 in Miami. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee) TOKYO (AP) — Evening viewers in much of Asia and early risers in parts of the Americas were treated to a stunning lunar eclipse on ...

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Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts — P.S. I’m Gay

Breaking News Robin Roberts just officially came out of the closet … telling the world she’s gay and has a longtime girlfriend. Robin just recounted her triumphs over the last year on her Facebook page … talking about her battle with cancer and how she overcame the odds and regained her health. In the middle of her Facebook essay she ...

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America’s Best Sandwiches

James Camp Photography At its essence, a sandwich is two pieces of bread with something in the middle. It’s a convenient, made-to-carry meal—and can also inspire cultlike devotion. Consider the Big Nasty, a breakfast of champions that lures diners into Atlanta’s Rosebud for fried chicken, scrambled eggs, bacon, and Tillamook cheddar barely contained within a buttery hamburger bun. Some memorable ...

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America’s Strangest People

The last time Greg Newkirk visited New Orleans, one of his favorite local attractions was an actual local. “I had walked into a shop to ask a few questions and ended up getting a thorough history of New Orleans voodoo by a man who was the nicest self-professed vampire you would ever meet,” says the Cincinnati-based editor of Roadtrippers.com. “He ...

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