For 20 years, Una Greenaway was a weekend farmer who looked forward to being outdoors at Kuaiwi Farm, her property in Captain Cook on Hawaii island, when she wasn't working a full-time job as an accountant for two nonprofit organizations. Story »
Delano Las Vegas has opened on the south end of the Strip. The second high-profile opening in a month, following SLS Las Vegas, is the result of an $80 million transformation of the former THEhotel at Mandalay Bay. Story »
We rented our bikes from a guy named Nick. He lives outside the tiny Scottish town of Taynuilt in the western Highlands off a road about as wide as one car. Nick Charlton owns RCS Cycles and repairs, sells and rents bikes from a large shed behind his house. Story »
Although online travel websites such as Orbitz and Travelocity are now responsible for about 70 percent of travel booking in the U.S., the folks who work out of brick-and-mortar travel agencies are reporting booming sales. Story »
There are many ways to travel from the West Coast to the East Coast: » Flying: The most common and expedient method. » Driving: A very long road trip. » Sailing: The scenic route. » Walking: Not recommended. Story »
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Hawaii residents Minou Lallemand and her husband, Jonathan Parrish, recently returned from a second honeymoon in Prague, Czech Republic, and Salzburg, Austria, celebrating their 12th wedding anniversary. The creative couple — she is artistic director of the Onium Ballet Project, and he is executive director of the Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra — were in Prague when they spotted the Aloha Cafe. The experience reminded them that Hawaii is renowned the world over, said Parrish via email. “Sadly, no Mai Tai on the Happy Hour menu and no kamaaina discount,” he wrote.
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