The Winter Olympics 2018 | They’re Here!

by Rita Cook on February 7, 2018

Over 50,000 people will be participating from over 100 countries, with 15 disciplines, 12 venues and 102 gold medals. Officially known as the XXIII Olympic Winter Games, this year’s games will be held in Pyeongchang,...

#TravelTuesday: Living Black History in Savannah

by Chantel Baul on February 6, 2018

If you’re heading south for snowbird season, take some time to visit these important Savannah sites during Black History Month. Every February, our nation celebrates the myriad contributions black people have made to the American...

#TravelTuesday | Plan Your Vacation to California’s Channel Islands

by Judy McDonough on January 30, 2018

In 2016, more than half of American workers left a total of 662 million vacation days unused. I am one of those workers. So, in desperate need of some excitement in the middle of dreary...

#TravelTuesday | Tricks Of The Trade From a TV Travel Host

by Linda Cooper on January 23, 2018

Host Linda Cooper of “Travel Time with Linda” shares with us a few of her “must-have” essentials As a travel host on television I have a plethora of “tricks of the trade” that I don’t...

#TravelTuesday | Eco-Tourism on Tybee Island, GA

by Chantel Baul on January 16, 2018

If outdoor adventure, hands-on learning, island leisure and giving back are the makings of a good trip to you, Tybee Island should definitely be on your travel wish list for 2018. Savannah, GA has been...

#TravelTuesday | Hotel Alessandra & Lucienne, Houston’s Newest Luxury Hot Spots

by Gabi De la Rosa on January 9, 2018

Hotel Alessandra, a luxury flagship hotel, opened in November and is the only design centric luxury hotel in Houston. The interiors were designed by Houston’s Rottet Studio, where everything from the rugs and hand drawn wallpaper...

#TravelTuesday | West Texas Road Trip, Marfa & More

by Bebe Brown on January 2, 2018

Everyone wants to go to West Texas these days... On this fun virtual road trip, we’re shining a spotlight on towns with equal amounts of cultural quirkiness as Marfa, yet that are less well known. Towns...

#TravelTuesday | Beat Cabin Fever, Take a Trip to a Historic Texas Bar

by Bebe Brown on December 26, 2017

Texans---we love our bars, and we love our history. So, why not beat the holiday cabin fever and take a trip to one (or more) of these bars that are woven into the fabric of...

#TravelTuesday | Play at Thompson Playa del Carmen this New Year’s Eve

by Melissa Corbin on December 19, 2017

"If more play is one of your 2018 resolutions, ringing in the new year at Thompson Hotel Playa del Carmen is a fine note to start off on." Along the Yucatán Peninsula's Riviera Maya there’s...