Saturday, April 25, 2015         

Travel

Reclaiming the old art of getting lost
Lost in the Latin Quarter, I ended up, literally, at the foot of Michel de Montaigne. A bronze statue of this French Renaissance philosopher sits on the Rue des Ecoles in Paris, opposite the Sorbonne. Story »
 Willkommen to Stanglwirt
Bio-Hotel Stanglwirt is built of wood, marble, brick, stone — and family ties that are just as strong. Set on 30 acres with the Wilder Kaiser mountains as a dramatic backdrop, it offers style without extravagance, sophistication without pretentiousness, attentive service without intrusiveness. It is the epitome of Austrian hospitality. Story »

HAWAII'S BACKYARD
 Ranching heritage rides on at Friendly Isle rodeo
Rex Kamakana loves the adrenaline rush of rodeo. His pani­olo (cowboy) roots go back more than a century; his great-grandfathers James Tooaha and William Kama­kana were two of the first 10 cowboys hired by Molokai Ranch in 1908. Story »
U.S. airlines receive subsidies, too
The war of words between three state-owned Persian Gulf airlines and three major U.S. carriers has turned into a war of numbers. Story »

LAS VEGAS ADVISOR
If you were planning on visiting Las Vegas over the May 2 weekend and don't already have your accommodations, you might want to reconsider your dates. That's the weekend of the Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight, and room rates are at least triple the norm in most places. Story »

The Search for Signs of Hawaiian Life: Stockholm, Sweden

For Sunday, April 19, 2015
Lilac festivals paint nation purple • Contemporary art on display • Nighttime paintings get spotlight
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Hawaiian Airlines Discount

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