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By Matthew Wexler | Thursday Jan 10, 2013
While many tourists head to New York City with their eyes set on the Empire State Building and Rockefeller Center, jump on the subway (approximately 15 minutes from Times Square depending on your final destination) and become "Queen" for a day.
By Matthew Wexler | Thursday Nov 15, 2012
The scenarios are endless: Your taxi gets a flat tire en route to the airport. The plane is experiencing mechanical difficulties. Maybe you’ve willingly given up your seat for a future free round-trip ticket.
By Robert Israel | Saturday Nov 3, 2012
New York City is eternally in the throes of reinventing itself. While some things remain steadfast, the city thrives on surprising longtime residents and visitors alike with unexpected discoveries.
By Richard Frisbie | Friday Oct 26, 2012
Charlevoix, Canada, a picturesque landscape on the shores of the St. Lawrence River, is destined to become the next "hot" foodie destination. Located east of Quebec City, Charlevoix is in a 350 million year old meteorite crater.
By Winnie McCroy | Monday Oct 22, 2012
LGBT visitors from across the country and the world gathered in Anaheim for Gay Days Disney. And although they may have expected the rides and mouse ears, many were surprised at the wide array of shopping, dining, and cultural events.
By Winnie McCroy | Monday Sep 24, 2012
There’s more to Atlantic City than just casinos. From live entertainment to outlet shopping to nightclubs and the beaches, this boardwalk empire is a great weekend getaway.
By Christine Negroni | Tuesday Sep 4, 2012
Experienced travelers may wonder, in a city as sophisticated as Beijing, is a guide really necessary? It depends. Unless you speak Chinese, language is a real challenge.
By Matthew Wexler | Friday Jun 29, 2012
With Lake Ontario as its northern border, the Finger Lakes contains 11 lakes, each with its own identity and personality. Seneca Lake, the largest of the bunch, is dotted with wineries and has only frozen over nine times since such recordkeeping began.
By Matthew Wexler | Saturday May 19, 2012
In spite of all the warnings from friends and family, I went anyway - to Mexico. And I’m glad that I did, learning a few valuable travel (and life) lessons along the way.
By Mark Thompson | Thursday Apr 5, 2012
One of Asia’s most progressive countries for LGBT rights, Taiwan hosts the largest LGBT event in Asia. A country in rapid transition, what you see today will be vastly different in another ten years. Or as the motto has it: "The time for Taiwan is now."
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