Weird accommodation options are part of Airbnb's charm, so we'd like to propose seven current listings that should be verified immediately. If these folks are offering what they say they're offering, we just might book a night or two.
A dozen things to eat and see in Maui, from globally-influenced dining at Amasia to a hundred-year-old bakery and off-the-tourist-beat ramen.
The best dishes, grandest places, and most colorful culinary history. The heritage of Big Easy dining is alive, well, and thriving.
Find out why small, stylish hotels, unique cruises, and adrenaline-inducing trips are all the rage in honeymoon travel.
Where to eat, what to do, and where to stay when visiting Chengdu, China.
Virginia is now once again a place that raises many happy oysters.
After days of sampling every dish that your destination has to offer, it should come as no surprise when your jeans begin to feel tight. In order to avoid weight gain, try these 10 tips.
Would you fancy sailing on the replica of a ship that 100 years earlier sank with the loss of more than 1500 lives?
There's something about travel -- whether you're flying, driving or sailing -- that brings out the jerk in all of us.
The problem with air travel, both from a passenger and an airline perspective, is that we've disengaged our brains almost completely from the process.
Want to send your money somewhere really useful? A mere $10 to Passports with Purpose can help provide clean water in Haiti.
For one Madison, Wis., native, a visit home always evokes a sort of a happy anxiety—so much to eat, so little time.
I need to work on my laptop during a flight, he needs to lean his seat back. Where do we find the point of compromise and how do the airlines take part in the final decision?
Every now and then you'll see signs that say, 'What's your hurry?' which are nothing more than oblique warnings of an approaching speed trap. But should we read them another way?
Here's how to keep the family healthy while you're away -- plus what to do if sickness does strike.
You don't need to take out a second mortgage for a DSLR to take great photos. Here are Digital Trends' favorite cameras that will do it for under $300.
One of the hot discussions this summer centered around the rights of mothers to nurse their babies on a plane.
If you find yourself dreading the journey before you're able to enjoy the destination, perhaps it's time to stop accepting inadequate service from airlines, hotels and cruise lines.
Do travelers really need to call the online travel agency or check the website to confirm a booking, or should e-mails (or the lack of an e-mail) be enough?
Frommer's reveals the truth behind some common myths about codesharing, or how airlines may deceive its passengers.
Ever find yourself saying you need a vacation after your vacation? Here's how you can truly relax while you're away.
Hidden hotel booking fees and codeshare flights have at least one thing in common: unhappy customers.
If airlines charge extra for unaccompanied minors, shouldn't airline employees and flight attendants actually take care of the kids?
After a bumpy merger with Continental, can United turn things around? And will the airline be able to win back disgruntled passengers who have already fled to the competition?
When it comes to red-eye flights, who has more rights -- the crying baby and the parents, or the tired passenger who desperately wants to sleep?
Travelers are often criticized for under-tipping, but what happens when travelers inadvertently over-tip? Beware of businesses that include gratuities on bills 'for your convenience.'
Summer clothes are so lightweight and versatile, you won't even need to check a bag, whether you're spending a weekend at the beach or a week in Paris.
This Mercedes Benz G-Wagen, affectionately named Otto, has carried Gunther Holtorf and his wife Christine on an incredible 500,000 mile journey around the world.
Among airports in the United States, JFK in New York City, LAX in Los Angeles and Honolulu International Airport in Hawaii are most likely to play a major role in the spread of a pandemic, according to a new study.
Is a lifetime of vacations too good to be true?
Check out this list of great state and regional fairs happening across America.
Fees for exchanging currency may not be new, but the rise in electronic transactions means they may be harder to detect. Here's how to avoid costly surprises when traveling.
When responding to complaints by passengers, airlines can end the discussion by stating that there will be no further correspondence on the problem. Is that fair?
Hotel perks have moved beyond the customary chocolate on your pillow. Here are some unexpected ways hotels will accommodate during your stay.
How can something that's complimentary end up costing you a few bucks? Leave it to some sneaky hotels to find a way.
From poolside smartphones to on-demand movies anywhere, technology has changed what it means to "get away from it all," for better and worse.
With some foresight and a little planning, you can enjoy your break without worrying about breaking the bank. Here are some suggestions to get you started.
Television remotes and bedside lamp switches are right up there with toilets and bathrooms sinks in having the highest levels of bacterial contamination in U.S. hotel rooms, a new study shows.
From difficult refund processes to bin-hogging passengers, this summer is poised to be another frustrating season for travelers.
From palm-size pocket cams to full-fledged camcorders, here's how to choose a video camera that will work for you.
Under current laws, bankrupt airlines that go belly up and then are revived as 'new' airlines may not have to refund money to passengers. Is that fair or foul?
Got a collection of plastic hotel room keys from your last vacation? Don't throw them away because they'll actually come in handy for your next trip.
If you want to see the famously faulty Italian tower, you're going to have to follow these rules very carefully.
A nightly resort fee adds up for a traveler who books a Las Vegas hotel for almost a month. Should this mandatory fee be bundled into the room rate?
Today's explorers want to stay connected even in the wilderness. And they can thanks to a wide range of products that let campers stay in touch with music, media content and more.
In only four days, one family saw the 1400s, 1800s, mid-twentieth century and a glimpse of the future -- all without leaving the West Midlands. Here's how they did it.
Tubohotel recycles tube pipes into unique accommodations in the exotic camping grounds of a Mexican city.
What you need to know before you trade in that urban hotel for a house in the Italian countryside.
The tragedy aboard Costa Concordia has focused the spotlight on the cruise industry. Two experts offer their take on how to be prepared for onboard emergencies.
Without question, traveling with young children over an extended period of time requires planning. Here are some tips to help you get over the river and through the woods without too much anxiety.
The controversial "backscatter" X-ray body scanners will no longer be used at European airports due to health risks associated with the technology.
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