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  • TRAVEL

    NC leaf color report: High Country showing its colors

    Appalachian State University professor Howie Neufeld said the best colors are now at altitudes below the Blue Ridge Parkway.

  • TRAVEL

    Bucket List Adventure: Well-mannered Charleston and Wild Dunes Resort

    Founded in 1680 as Charles Town, Charleston is South Carolina's oldest city and famous for its aggressively preserved architecture, white-glove good manners and abundance of historic treasures, many of them tucked out of view. But you can see these and anything else you've got your heart set on ...

  • TRAVEL

    Bucket List Adventure: Well-mannered Charleston and Wild Dunes Resort

    Founded in 1680 as Charles Town, Charleston is South Carolina's oldest city and famous for its aggressively preserved architecture, white-glove good manners and abundance of historic treasures, many of them tucked out of view. But you can see these and anything else you've got your heart set on ...

  • TRAVEL

    Digital Savant: The best of online exclusives

    For many years, even after the online revolution pushed us all onto the vast Internet for good, it was impossible to legally buy music from some artists or find products like some bestselling books in electronic form.

  • ROAD WORRIER

    Road Worrier: NCDOT considers car-free ferry to Ocracoke

    NCDOT is considering a new option for travelers who sometimes wait up to three hours for the car ferry at Hatteras. A smaller, faster, cheaper vessel would take passengers without their cars to Ocracoke - where they could get around on trams, golf carts, bikes and their own two feet.

  • TRAVEL

    After kidnappings, beheadings, how dangerous is it out there for travelers?

    The beheadings of American journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff were as tragic as they were revolting, but they existed in something of a logical context. Both men were covering a war zone that few journalists (including me) have the guts to cover. There were risks, and they knew it. Foley...

  • TRAVEL

    A dream of a razor

    Name: 5 Blades Travel Razor by eShave

  • TRAVEL

    Epcot food festival: A culinary adventure

    When the ropes across the entrance to World Showcase dropped one recent morning, Joseph and Teresa Dey headed to Belgium for breakfast - one Belgian waffle topped with warm chocolate ganache, one with berry compote - then to Morocco for mimosas.

  • TRAVEL

    Coastal beauty, adventure abound in Wales

    As the weather turns colder and the leaves fall, many of us begin to plan our spring holidays and think of the days when everything will be bright and blooming again. If the thoughts of adventure, nature, a unique culture and history, good food and warm people make you want to book a trip - why ...

  • TRAVEL

    Taking a 'hawk walk' in Ireland

    I swung my arm forward with an exaggerated swooping motion, and, as promised, Milly took to the air. Just a few powerful pumps of her red and brown wings, and she was rising up over the strip of manicured lawn before us.

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