Spend a night with some legendary ghosts — Marilyn Monroe and Sid Vicious, to name a few — in the country's most famous haunted hotels.
The 20 Best U.S. Resorts for Family Reunions
When choosing a resort for a family reunion, three things matter most: a central, easy-to-reach location; room to spread out, both indoors and out; and activities for Grandma down to the toddlers. Luckily for you, these 20—our readers' favorites of 2015—have all that, and more. Counting down...
The 20 Best U.S. Islands for Family Vacations
Find out which islands—winners of the 2015 Readers' Choice Awards—have gentle beaches, nature adventures, and activities to wear everyone out.
New restaurants and clubs, revived neighborhoods and classic Cleveland haunts worth showing off:...
Travel + Leisure magazine just named Cleveland one of the best places in the world to visit in 2015. We've always known that. And with so many Cleveland expats returning for the holiday season, it's time to show off our city again.
Get Better Sleep: 5 Powerful New Tips From Research
Your smartphone is the devil
Dog treadmills and fake fire hydrants: How hotels host Westminster show dogs
The establishments hosting the show's 2,800 dogs know good business when they see it, and they roll out perks to match.
Six Tips to Stay Awake on Road Trips
Driving when tired is no fun at all. In fact, some studies have shown that a drowsy driver can be as dangerous as a drunk driver. Here are six tips to keep you awake and feeling fresh on your next road trip. Remember, though — if you’re feeling tired, there’s no shame in pulling over and napping. This is the single most important thing you can do when driving for long periods of time. Stay safe out there! Ingesting highly-caffeinated substances is the obvious, most well-worn method used to keep millions of dreary drivers awake. My personal favorite is dark, black coffee of the been-on-the-burner-for-12-hours, gas station variety. It tastes like roasted trash, ...
The 10 Best Record Stores in L.A.
L.A's fertile vinyl scene provides the ideal terrain to start an archaeological dig for records. With a resurgence in turntable culture leading to a proliferation of record stores around town, especially on the east side, locals now have even more excuses to drop a needle on an LP. Residents of...
DC's 10 Most Underappreciated Restaurants
These places deserve a little more love...
What's New at The Dunes: Updated Ogunquit cottages & More
As we get ready for the start of our 79th season, we’re finishing up a few exciting changes and updates to our Ogunquit cottages & resort.