Lin-Manuel Miranda’s San Juan, Puerto Rico
“When I was a kid, my bond was really with my grandparents,” said Lin-Manuel Miranda, the songwriter, actor, director and…Read More »
Tesla? Caviar? Boots? At These Resorts, Everything’s Included
Once seen as a value-for-money vacation, all-inclusive resorts are evolving to include high-end experiences, not just unlimited tropical drinks on…Read More »
Cash for Delayed or Canceled Flights? What to Know About Biden’s Plan.
If a proposed federal rule takes effect, airlines will have to pay passengers for meals, hotels, ground transportation and lost…Read More »
Sick of Bumpy, Delayed Flights? New Weather Tech Could Help.
A.I. and innovations like hyperlocal radar stations and a constellation of future satellites may soon improve forecasts and smooth out…Read More »
A Traveler’s Guide to Tipping in a Changed World
In the age of tip fatigue, many are bewildered by how much to tip in hotels and restaurants and on…Read More »
On an Island Paradise, Seeking Out a City’s Complexity
Suva, the Fijian capital, is not on many travelers’ itineraries, but with a multiethnic population from all over the country…Read More »
Help! The Law Says Lufthansa Owes Me Money, but I Can’t Collect.
The European Union has strict rules about refunds for flight cancellations and delays, but the German airline has racked up…Read More »
Greenland Wants You to Visit. But Not All at Once.
The Arctic island, renowned for its glaciers and fjords, is expanding airports and hotels to energize its economy, even as…Read More »
Waffles, Gentle Slopes and Cloudberries Everywhere: Skiing in Sälen, Sweden
Gstaad it’s not, but this snowy region within driving distance of Stockholm has welcoming cabins deep in the forest, trails…Read More »
‘There’s No Spring Break Here’: Florida’s Gulf Coast Fights to Rebound After Hurricane Ian
Communities like Fort Myers Beach, Sanibel and Captiva, devastated by the storm, are struggling to rebuild the hotel rooms, restaurants…Read More »