Tag: road trip

Tips For Travelling With Your Dog

If you’re going on vacation and you want to take your beloved dog with you, there are some important things you need to think about before travelling with your dog. This is true whether you’re taking a road trip, travelling by plane, or any other way. We’re sharing some tips for travelling with your dog….


Florida’s Highway A1A Offers Opportunities for Romancing the Road

By Mary Ann Anderson From Tribune News Service Few things are more romantic than a road trip. It’s just the two of you, with time alone on the open road, to discover together what’s around the next curve. If you enjoy seafood, a dip in the Atlantic, astonishingly colorful sunrises and a sense of old…


‘These Gas Prices Are Insane’: How Fuel Costs Are Impacting Canadians’ Travel Plans

High gas prices have some Canadians thinking twice about travelling this summer, while others say it won’t stop them at all. Cory Madsen, a former Ottawa resident now living in Caronport, Saskatchewan, told The Epoch Times that he keeps downgrading his plans as prices rise. “Yup, was going to drive to Nova Scotia, but then…


4 Wheels, a Map and a Curious Mind Make for the Best Road Trips

By Mary Ann Anderson From Tribune News Service Charles Kuralt, the journalist who crisscrossed the back roads of America and chronicled his travels in “On the Road” for CBS, perhaps summed up road travel more succinctly than anyone when he intoned, “Thanks to the interstate highway system, it is now possible to travel from coast…


Colorado’s Once-Forgotten, Rundown Motels Are Getting Another Chance to Be Cool

By Amanda Hancock From The Gazette COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — In the first episode of the series “Schitt’s Creek,” a suddenly broke family has to leave their lavish mansion to begrudgingly live in a rundown motel. By the finale in April 2020, the made-over motel turned into something the fictional family — and viewers of…


Hit the Road: The Fun of Road Trips

Vacations should be all about fun and adventure, but all too often they can become more like a military campaign, with every stop preplanned and every minute already accounted for. If you find yourself exhausted after a preplanned vacation, it might be time to take a road trip. In the book “Blue Highways,” William Least…


Family Travel 5: Iconic American Road Trips

by Lynn O’Rourke Hayes FamilyTravel.com Rising gas prices may discourage some travelers from packing up the car in the weeks and months ahead. Yet, the American road trip remains an enduring tradition and in the end can provide an affordable vacation option. Here are five ways to hit the open road. 1. Colo-Road Trips The…


Travel for Two: 4 Wheels, a Map and a Curious Mind Make for the Best Road Trips

By Mary Ann Anderson Tribune News Service Charles Kuralt, the journalist who crisscrossed the back roads of America and chronicled his travels in “On the Road” for CBS, perhaps summed up road travel more succinctly than anyone when he intoned, “Thanks to the interstate highway system, it is now possible to travel from coast to…


Hit the Highway: The Ultimate Road Trip Vehicles

Fit for a King Rolls Royce Cullinan $330,000 Rolls Royce seemed highly unlikely to ever build an SUV, but the result is pure magnificence. All-wheel-drive and a twin-turbo 563-hp V12 powerplant linked to an eight-speed transmission confidently propels this beautiful beast anywhere you aim it. The wood, leather, and aluminum accented cabin emulates a members-only…


Destination Diner: This 1940s-Style Roadside Restaurant In the Wisconsin Woods Has a Jamaican Jerk Pit

Delta Diner is an unexpected vision in the Wisconsin Northwoods. As you come around the bend on an old county highway, a classic aluminum diner appears at the roadside, shining like brand new in the sun, alongside a smoking open-air Jamaican jerk shack, a coffee and ice cream stand, and a craft-beer bar built into…