|0||by Meleena Bowers||Food + Drink, New York City, New York City, Food + Drink|
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Raise your hand if you've ever been behind the wheel and deliberately cut someone off, muttered a curse word under your breath, leaned on the gas pedal a wee bit too hard, or, worse, had any of the above directed at you. That would be all of us, right?
I personally will never forget one particular incident while I was tooling around Palm Springs in my rental car on vacation: Evidently the "no right turn on red" rule doesn't apply in California if you make a full stop first, which this New Yorker quickly learned after waiting patiently through an entire stoplight, only to have a blue-haired woman around age 70 swerve pointedly around me, honking the entire way, then, for good measure, appeared to scream an expletive at me through her window while flipping me the bird.
|0||by Jamie Beckman||Road Trips, Scenic Drives, Palm Springs, New York City, New York City, NY, Palm Springs, CA|
With Walt Disney World now charging $105 per adult ($99 per child ages 3-9) for a single–park one day ticket to the Magic Kingdom—Universal Studios is just as bad, with prices hovering around the $147 mark if you want to visit both parks to see the entire Wizarding World of Harry Potter—now is the perfect time to start thinking about smaller, regional theme parks where you can get your adrenaline fix for less. Here are five theme parks around the country where the daily price of adult admission is under $50.
|0||by Kaeli Conforti||Amusement and Theme Parks, Disney, Historical Travel, Nature Appreciation, Pop Culture and Travel, Anaheim, Santa Cruz, Orlando, New York City, Ohio, Allentown, Trip Ideas, Family Travel, Girlfriend Getaways, Solo, Women's Travel|
This article was written by Kristine Hansen and originally appeared on Fox News Travel.
Move over, Champagne and fluffy omelets: Some Mother's Day brunches are ditching tradition for eclectic offerings. Today's moms want a table with an ocean view, or a buffet inspired by the regions of France, or a live musical performance across the room, or a chic tea in America's wealthiest zip code (hello, 90210).
|0||by Fox News Travel||Beaches, Festivals, Food + Drink, Historical Travel, Islands, Literary Travel, Nature Appreciation, Pop Culture and Travel, Beverly Hills, Colorado, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Honolulu, Las Vegas, Santa Fe, New York City, New York City, Vermont, Milwaukee, Food + Drink, Girlfriend Getaways, Hip and Trendy, Women's Travel|
|0||by Jamie Beckman||BandB's/Inns and Lodges, Finger Lakes, Pennsylvania, Bushkill|
If you're in the NYC area this weekend and love to travel, come check out the New York Travel Festival, an event geared towards travel enthusiasts of all kinds, whether you're in the industry (or looking to become part of it), a lifelong or long-term traveler, or you just love new experiences and want to see the world. I'm also going to be participating in a panel discusson Sunday at noon—Affordable Luxury: Yes, You CAN Afford It!—with Christine Wei from ShermansTravel and Tom Meyers from EuroCheapo, and hosted by Ko Im—so come by and say hello!
|0||by Kaeli Conforti||Festivals, New York City, New York City, Trip Ideas|
Forget the selfie stick. Brand-new photo service Flytographer has recruited professional photographers in more than 130 cities worldwide to take fanciful candid or posed photos of you on your dream trip. No more tilting your smartphone's camera just right, hoping to catch your face and most of the Eiffel Tower in the background. And don't even get us started on the social awkwardness that ensues when you ask a stranger to take your picture.
|0||by Jamie Beckman||Cape Town, Auckland, Aruba, Cannes, Paris, Amalfi, Banff, Calgary, New York City, Philadelphia, Nashville, Photography, Travel Photography|
If you're a traveler who loves food (a.k.a. all of us!), you've probably wondered how many restaurants it would be humanly possible to visit in a new city if you just buckled down and applied yourself. Well, these guys, Harry Yuan and Bruce Aguirre, have done it for you, hitting 24 restaurants in 24 hours in 10 North American cities for their Day of Gluttony series, all delivered with sharp, videogame-style editing and a sense of humor straight out of a buddy comedy.
|0||by Jamie Beckman||Food + Drink, New York City, New York City, Food + Drink|
You know, this time of year, when we think of "travel" we usually think of fleeing the cold. But some people don't mind getting into it. And I mean really into it! Here, some of the world's most amazing "ice destinations," where you can eat, drink, sleep, and most of all chill on vacation!
|0||by Robert Firpo-Cappiello||Romance, Niagara Falls, Quebec City, Alaska, Fairbanks, Niagara Falls, Family Travel|
Looking to take a romantic getaway for Valentine's Day or enjoy a long weekend trip in honor of Presidents' Day? Here are the deals you won't want to miss!
• The Wolfeboro Inn in Wolfeboro, NH, is offering a special Valentine's Day weekend package with rates from $189 a night including a chilled bottle of Moscato and homemade sweets upon arrival, a $60 voucher for dinner for two at Wolfe's Tavern, Sunday brunch for two, and a 1 p.m. late checkout on Sunday, Feb. 15th. Based on availability; valid on Feb. 14th only. Please call 1-800-451-2389 or book this deal online.
|0||by Kaeli Conforti||Romance, California, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Maryland, New York City, Virginia, Wisconsin, Trip Ideas, Family Travel, Girlfriend Getaways, Women's Travel|