By Everett Potter One of the long-time anomalies of Florida’s East Coast is Delray Beach. The city, which boasts a terrific stretch of sandy beach on the Atlantic Ocean and has a prime location on the Intracoastal Waterway, was a sleepy outlier for years. It was a place you drove
By Ann Abel Honestly, it’s difficult to write cheerfully about travel these days. But a few weeks ago, I found some intriguing news in the midst of my pre-dawn doomscrolling. India’s government had thrown down a challenge for dedicated travelers to visit 15 of the country’s highlights before the end of
By Brian E. Clark The late, great ski writer Walter Roessing liked to boast that he often brought big dumps of snow with him when he visited resorts in the West. Walt, who penned a Dallas Morning News travel column for decades, has been gone for about two years now.
By Everett Potter While glamping reports seem to be popping up all over, one of the more successful players in the upscale glamping movement has been AutoCamp. Their signature look can be summed up in one word: Airstream. Each of their glamping locations utilizes customized Airstream travel trailers as the primary
By Ann Abel I suppose that was a rhetorical question. We all need summer, especially this year, while many of us are trying to hibernate through locked-down Februaries. But around the northern hemisphere, there are some beaches that actually get better around the winter solstice. The emptiness is romantic and
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By Brian E. Clark Full disclosure: I’ve got a sweet spot for old buildings that have been restored and turned into lodgings. So when I learned about the Hotel Millwright (hotelmillwright.com) in Amana, Iowa – nestled just 25 miles northwest of the University of Iowa campus in Iowa City –