Florida’s Everglades run about 400 miles, with a unique ecosystem combining huge wetlands, sawgrass marshes, freshwater sloughs, mangrove swamps, pine rocklands and hardwood hammocks.
Visit Temecula, “the land of sunshine and mist,” for ideal grape growing conditions that have attracted more than 40 great winemakers, who are producing some memorable wines.
Visit Sarasota and the Suncoast in Florida for pristine beaches, beautiful waterfront vistas, impressive culinary resources, and a growing shopping and international sports presence.
When Hurricane Irma forced us to evacuate, we headed north and discovered the charming hospitality and Red Cedar trees of Cedartown, Georgia.
Welcome to the Winter Strawberry Capital of the World! Plant City, Florida, charms visitors with a beautiful historical district, strawberries, and trains
Visit West Central China for its diverse geography, impressive culture and hospitability to tourists, at least in its major cities and attractions.
Why do about 70,000 Americans expatriates call Costa Rica home and so many vacation there? Sunday’s Simply Smart Travel Column: Costa Rica explores why…
Step into a time machine at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum, as you ride the rails in preserved steam locomotives and feel the heat of the firebox.
Explore western North Carolina, with wineries on the Biltmore Estate, spectacular views from the Blue Ridge Parkway, and hiking to Chimney Rock…
Barcelona, Spain is the multi-facted crown jewel of the Spanish Mediterranean coast. With its many architectural and cultural splendors, it is little wonder that Spain’s second largest city, with a metropolitan population of 4.5 million, is a frequent cruise ship port of call and a vacation mecca for Europeans.