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The 10 worst airports for Thanksgiving flights

Show Thumbnails Show Captions Last SlideNext Slide Holiday travelers arrive at Los Angeles International Airport on Nov. 24, 2015.(Photo: Nick Ut, AP) Airport horror stories are as much a staple of Thanksgiving dinner as turkey and stuffing. With the whole … Continue reading

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Behind the scenes at a flight attendant training center

Show Thumbnails Show Captions Last SlideNext Slide Flight attendants must undergo rigorous training to work for any of the world’s big airlines. Most carriers have a dedicated facility where attendants go through their training regimen, both before joining an airline … Continue reading

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If you're traveling to one of these 10 airports for Thanksgiving, we're sorry

Show Thumbnails Show Captions Last SlideNext Slide Holiday travelers arrive at Los Angeles International Airport on Nov. 24, 2015.(Photo: Nick Ut, AP) Airport horror stories are as much a staple of Thanksgiving dinner as turkey and stuffing. With the whole … Continue reading

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Photo tour: Beautiful Maryland

None Annapolis, the state capital of Maryland and one of the most beautiful and historic cities in the Mid-Atlantic region, has done an excellent job of preserving its heritage, and you can see it everywhere: in cobbled streets and brick … Continue reading

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Mount Rainier National Park: 10 tips for visiting the park

Show Thumbnails Show Captions Last SlideNext Slide From partridge foot, to lupine, to paintbrush and daisies, the subalpine meadows break forth in a variety of blooms.(Photo: National Park Service, Jasmine Horn) On a clear day, Mount Rainier’s faint, snow-capped profile … Continue reading

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Where to sip in four cities famous for coffee

Show Thumbnails Show Captions Last SlideNext Slide Slate is a coffee bar in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood.(Photo: Will Foster) Our experts have traveled the world sipping coffee and experiencing international coffee cultures, and these trails are worth seeking out for any … Continue reading

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This chain serves up fun ways to eat breakfast all day

Show Thumbnails Show Captions Last SlideNext Slide The Chicken Benedict combines Andy’s Sage Fried Chicken with fresh spinach, hardwood smoked bacon, market tomato, griddled mozzarella, chipotle cream and scrambled eggs.(Photo: courtesy of Mohegan Sun) The scene: “Twisted Farm Food” is this … Continue reading

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A short history of airport moving walkways

Portland International Airport received a special variance to install an energy-saving, stop-start, motion activated moving walkway. (Photo: Port of Portland) “The moving walkway is now ending…..” Moving sidewalks, flat escalators or Trav-O-Lator machines, as the Otis Elevator Company dubbed their … Continue reading

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New England’s most scenic hotels and resorts

Show Thumbnails Show Captions Last SlideNext Slide Clay Brook at Sugarbush: The Clay Brook is an upscale slopeside property just outside Sugarbush Village in Vermont. It has 61 large units that range from studios to five-bedroom suites, all featuring full … Continue reading

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Celebrity statuary: 10 towns that honor their famous residents

Show Thumbnails Show Captions Last SlideNext Slide Finally, Elvis’ 1956 Homecoming concert is memorialized in a statue in Downtown Tupelo’s Fairpark District, mirroring the iconic photo “The Hands,” by Roger Marshutz.(Photo: Thomas Wells/Tupelo CVB) Film buffs could center an entire … Continue reading

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