What to Do in San Antonio If You Don't Have Much Time

By Janis Turk

Posted on 10/11/2016, 11:45 AM

San Antonio is one of the most fascinating cities in the United States, with a quaint Old World sensibility that’s vaguely Spanish, decidedly Mexican, and truly Texan. Here's what you must see—and what you should eat—on a visit....

7 Ways to Chase New Orleans' Literary Ghosts

By Janis Turk

Posted on 09/21/2009, 8:00 PM

From Faulkner to Tennessee Williams to Truman Capote and more -- jump on the trail of great southern writers in New Orleans....

Graceland to The Grand Canyon: 8 U.S. Tourist Spots That Deserve a Chance

By Janis Turk

Posted on 05/20/2009, 8:00 PM

Seasoned travelers scoff at places where tourists often tread, but such snobby adventurers just might be missing out on the fun. ...

Barbecue Basics: Where to Go for the Best in the U.S.

By Janis Turk

Posted on 04/01/2009, 8:00 PM

From North Carolina to Kansas, and Texas to New York City: We took an informal poll of several barbecue lovers across the U.S. to tell us about the barbecue places they like best....

Greenwich Mean Time: Beating the Jet Lag Blues

By Janis Turk

Posted on 02/20/2009, 7:00 PM

Good old Greenwich Mean Time can be mean, all right, if you crisscross timelines and travel a lot. But what's a tired world traveler to do?...

How to Navigate Airport Security Without Losing Your Liquids -- Or Your Mind

By Janis Turk

Posted on 02/12/2009, 7:00 PM

With airlines charging for checked baggage, more travelers are carrying luggage on board. To learn how to speed up the line, we turned to a TSA expert for advice....

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