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Airbnb Aims to Make Travel More Accessible for the Disabled
Los Angeles for Tourists: Hollywood, Beaches - and Pot?
Study Says We Need to Spice Up Our Travel Habits

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Los Angeles for Tourists: Hollywood, Beaches - and Pot?

Airbnb Aims to Make Travel More Accessible for the Disabled

By Marjorie Miller |
Yep, there are chains of marijuana stores here. And there are cannabis bus tours, too, like Green Line Trips, with stops at local pot dispensaries along with stops at attractions l...

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Airlines Obey Beijing's Demand to Call Taiwan Part of China

Airlines Obey Beijing's Demand to Call Taiwan Part of China

By Erika Kinetz | May 23
British Airways, Lufthansa and Air Canada are among 20 carriers that now refer to Taiwan as a part of China on their global websites.

World's Largest Loop Coaster Opens at Six Flags

World's Largest Loop Coaster Opens at Six Flags

May 23
Six Flags Great America announced the official opening of its world record-breaking coaster -- Mardi Gras Hangover.

Beyond Vision: An Exhibit to Touch, Hear and Smell, Too

Beyond Vision: An Exhibit to Touch, Hear and Smell, Too

By Katherine Roth | May 23
"The Senses: Design Beyond Vision" features works that invite visitors to touch, hear and smell - often in combination (while looking good too). It's on view at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum through Oct. 28.

Los Angeles for Tourists: Hollywood, Beaches - and Pot?

Los Angeles for Tourists: Hollywood, Beaches - and Pot?

By Marjorie Miller | May 22
Yep, there are chains of marijuana stores here. And there are cannabis bus tours, too, like Green Line Trips, with stops at local pot dispensaries along with stops at attractions like Griffith Park. You can even smoke on the bus.

Paramount Costume Exhibit Satisfies 'New Nostalgia'

Paramount Costume Exhibit Satisfies 'New Nostalgia'

By Julie Carr Smyth | May 22
Movie costumes are on display for the first time in "Creating the Illusion: Costumes & Characters from the Paramount Pictures Archive" at the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio and running through Aug. 12.

Slumber Party: Puerto Vallarta's Almar Resort

Slumber Party: Puerto Vallarta's Almar Resort

By Ivan Quintanilla | May 22
The newest and only luxury beachfront LGBTQ hotel in Puerto Vallarta will make your cup - make that tub -- bubbleth over.

Study Says We Need to Spice Up Our Travel Habits

Study Says We Need to Spice Up Our Travel Habits

May 21
From the Empire State Building to the Golden Gate Bridge, a new study of 2,000 Americans found that while many far-flung places are yet to be checked off, many Americans are also missing out on things much closer to home.

New Attractions in Orlando Power-Jump Park Attendance

New Attractions in Orlando Power-Jump Park Attendance

By Mike Schneider | May 21
The arms race to build new theme park attractions in Orlando is paying dividends.

Sofitel New York Offers $100K Tony Awards Package

Sofitel New York Offers $100K Tony Awards Package

May 20
As the big night quickly approaches, Sofitel New York, the Official Hotel Partner for the 72nd annual Tony Awards, invites guests and its Broadway neighbors to celebrate the people and stories that bring Broadway theater to life.

3 Prides on the Rise: Richmond, St. Louis & Colorado Springs

3 Prides on the Rise: Richmond, St. Louis & Colorado Springs

By Jill Gleeson | May 19
Three cities forge a path for Pride celebrations, proving that you don't need to be on either coast to revel in rainbow realness.

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