#TravelTuesday: Vail, the Culinary Gem of the Rockies

by Amanda Ogle on June 19, 2018

Most mountain towns are known for gorgeous ski slopes in the winter and copious fly fishing and hiking spots in the summer. And when it comes to food, most think of mountain grub as wild...

Making Reel History in Clifton, Texas

by Will Maddox on June 14, 2018

The longest continuously running theater in Texas balances modern technology with a healthy respect for tradition. It’s New Year’s Eve, and a light snow whistles down the sidewalk in front of the Cliftex Theatre as...

#TravelTuesday: Outlaws & Armadillos, When Austin and Nashville Collided

by Judy McDonough on June 12, 2018

Okay, so you didn’t get to Nashville last week for the CMA’s annual Country Music Festival – does that mean Music City isn’t a good destination for a Texan this summer? Actually, the Country Music...

6 Travel Scams & How to Protect Yourself

by Bebe Brown on June 7, 2018

Protecting yourself against travel scams should be a big priority for Americans hitting the road this summer: Travel fraud rose 16% in 2017, according to Forter, an e-commerce fraud prevention firm. What Is Travel Fraud? Travel...

#TravelTuesday: From Hill Country to San Antonio with the Chevrolet Traverse

by Alex Temblador on June 5, 2018

A summer road trip in Texas. Is there anything better? Stunning views over rolling hills covered in green trees, wild flowers, and shrubbery spread out on either side of the Arc de Texas as I stopped in...

#TravelTuesday: Breathtaking In Boston, at the Center of the World

by Julie Tereshchuk on May 29, 2018

I love a hidden gem. Truthfully, though, the Mapparium isn’t hidden. (More like hiding in plain sight.) What is not in dispute is that this is a gem, which should not be missed. On a...

#TravelTuesday: 2018 Family Fun Guide to the Texas Gulf Coast

by Jennifer Simonson on May 22, 2018

Summertime is almost on us, which means summer vacation is right around the corner. Texas beaches are among the most popular destinations for family vacations. Yet, while spending hours jumping waves, soaking up the sun...

#TravelTuesday: The Texas Gulf Coast, Open for Business!

by Doug Flatt on May 15, 2018

We will never forget the images of the pure devastation wrought by Hurricane Harvey when it landed on the Texas coast in late August 2017. Texans feared the worst for their favorite stretches of beach....

What Kind of Traveler Are You? Take This Quick Quiz

by Kinsley Fischer on May 10, 2018

Blue ocean and white, sandy beaches. Tall oak trees and campfire s’mores. Champagne and relaxing spa resorts. Whether it’s a weekend getaway or a month of travel, all lead to adventure and experience. Travelers, adventurers...