Who says a family vacation has to cost a fortune? Not Jeanette Pavini, a savings expert for Coupons.com. A little creativity and smart decision-making, she says, can make your next trip memorable and keep more money in your pocket. Here are her suggestions for doing it right. …keep reading
It’s hard to imagine America’s coastal landscapes without the string of lighthouses guarding their shores. Sure, the need for these maritime icons has lessened greatly, but thanks to their storied histories and prime waterside settings, the lighthouse structures—and their timeless romance—endure.
Fortunately, along oceans and lakes, these longstanding …keep reading
If you think “camping” means “uncomfortable,” we have some surprises for you.
With campgrounds that offer everything from miniature golf to deluxe cabins, Kampgrounds of America (KOA) feature amenities that will have you asking how quickly you can pack the grilling ingredients and hit the road. …keep reading
If the words “vacation” and “camping” don’t go together in your mind, you’re not alone. Sleeping in the great outdoors has traditionally meant roughing it: battling mosquitoes by night in a sleeping bag wedged into a cramped tent, with only a tepid cup of instant coffee to look forward to …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