When it’s time to get away this summer, consider an island vacation—not in some far-flung locale, but right within the continental United States. Gorgeous islands pepper America’s oceans and lakes, and each comes with its own unique vibe. These seven are easy to get to (though only some allow cars) …keep reading
Picture it: Strolling along canals and bridges. Riding in a wooden gondola at sunset to admire modern and classical homes (and your gondolier’s singing) as oars slice through shimmering water.
Think you’re vacationing in Venice? You’re right—sort of. The canals of Venice, Calif., were built with the Italian …keep reading
If you’re moving—or just heading south for the winter months—you may need to get your car from here to there without driving it yourself. Shipping cars on a truck is the most popular option overall (when commercial and private shipping are counted together), but it’s not the only possibility. Several …keep reading
America’s national wildlife refuges are home to more than 700 species of birds, and more than 200 of the refuges were established especially to protect, manage and restore the habitats of migratory birds.
“Millions of acres of wetlands, forests, grasslands, deserts and swamps—professionally managed to …keep reading
There’s no better way to launch summer vacation than by planning a family road trip. But these aren’t your typical destinations. Roadside attractions offer an unusual journey, and for little expense. While some may be gaudy, that’s just part of their charm.
Thousands of these outrageous monuments, art …keep reading