Barnsley Resort: An English-style Resort in the Heart of the Deep South

by Cheryl Ng Collett on July 19, 2018

On a spring weekend earlier this year, I biked for hours in a quaint English village. I didn’t bike like the Spandex-clad Tour de France types. (I don’t even own Spandex.) I zipped about the...

#TravelTuesday: Destination Durango, 5 Summer Days in Ski Town

by Sue Durio on July 17, 2018

It’s summertime in Durango. The snowmelt is gone, and the ski racks have given way to bike racks and kayaks loaded on cars passing through this historic town at the gateway to the San Juan...

Summer Fun Gallivanting Around Galveston: More Than Just a Beach

by Marika Flatt, with additional writing by Jennifer Simonson on July 12, 2018

Texas beaches are among the most popular destinations for family vacations. Yet, while spending hours jumping waves, soaking up the sun from a beach chair and swimming in the ocean are the main attractions, Galveston...

Putting a Fresh Face on a Dandy of a Place

by Leslie Barrett on July 11, 2018

Just 100 miles northeast of Dallas you’ll find the charming little town of Mount Vernon, with a quaint but thriving town square and a solid sense of community. Historically thought of as a weekend lake...

#TravelTuesday: A Dining Experience Beyond Compare in Cancun

by Babs Chandrasoma on July 10, 2018

Known for its beautiful beaches and stunning blue waters, Cancun remains a popular destination for travelers searching for a tropical getaway. Tucked inside the luxury Cancun resort at Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach, I was...

Summer Fun: Don’t Overlook Oakland and its East Bay Gems

by Alex Temblador on July 5, 2018

Oakland is the place to be, y'all. It’s a mere 20-minute drive from San Francisco, but for many Texans, we look past it, instead going for what seems bigger and better (and significantly more expensive)....

#TravelTuesday: Albuquerque’s Hotel Chaco and Adventuring Beyond

by Dana Kent Hogan on July 3, 2018

Most everyone is familiar with the annual fall Albuquerque Hot Air Balloon Festival. Over a long spring weekend, I recently experienced another side of this beautiful southwestern city nestled at the base of the Sandia...

3 Reasons to Love Private Jet Travel

by Alex Temblador on July 2, 2018

Imagine a travel experience where you’re the only person on a flight. Sounds like heaven, right? Or perhaps, it’s just you and your best friends, kids, business associates, or family on the flight. That’s not...

Summer Family Fun in San Antonio: History, Honor and Happenings

by Marika Flatt and Kinsley Fisher on June 29, 2018

Three hundred years ago, the city of San Antonio was founded as San Antonio de Valero. Since the Battle of the Alamo in 1836, San Antonio has become the second most populous city in Texas...