The boys of summer are back at it. The 2020 Cactus League spring training season is underway in Arizona. Fifteen major league teams play across Greater Phoenix, and no two ballparks are more than a 45-minute drive from each other. Catching multiple games is easy, but be sure to set aside an extra vacation day or two to explore beyond the baseball diamond, because the desert knows how to keep you busy and unexpectedly cool.
Even the most experienced travelers typically don’t think of airports as fun places. But Singapore’s Changi Airport is the exception to the rule.
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Zion National Park is the fourth most visited national park in the country. But how do you go and escape the crowds?
Surf, sand, and one of the largest recreational harbor’s on the West coast make Newport Beach one of those places where you don’t want to forget to pack your sunscreen. Here’s how to get a taste of SoCal living on your next trip to Newport Beach.
The city of San Francisco is known around the world, but cross the Golden Gate Bridge and in less than an hour’s drive you can leave city life behind. Home to the West Coast’s only national seashore, West Marin is may be best known for its beaches, but there’s plenty here for folks not interested in getting their feet sandy.
When you think of a mountain getaway, snow might be the first thing that comes to mind. But in Snowmass, Colorado, fall is when you pack your sunscreen.
Just nine miles from Aspen, if you like being outside, you’re going to like Snowmass.
British Columbia’s Vancouver and Whistler have always been popular getaway spots, but if you’re willing venture a bit off the beaten path everything from beaches and waterfalls, to mineral hot springs are waiting for you during the fall season in the Kootenay Rockies.
Surfing is the state sport of California. And last year, the Assembly and Senate passed a Resolution designating September 20th as California Surfing Day. But if you’re really looking to celebrate all things surfing, a road trip, might be in order.
Mention Vail and skiing is first thing that comes to many folks minds. But if you’re not thinking about Vail as a warm weather destination, you’re missing out.