After debating whether to go for months, our reporter decided to join the millions of Americans who flew during the holidays this year, despite the pandemic.
Located on 342 acres on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, the resort offers a world-class getaway just a short drive away from the Washington D.C. metro area.
Choosing not to let COVID get in its way, the open-air market at 8th and F Streets NW, which opens on Friday, Nov. 20, will have new health and safety protocols in place.
Effective Nov. 9, would-be travelers to D.C. are required to have a coronavirus test within 72 hours prior to travel, according to an order issued by Mayor Muriel Bowser on Nov. 5.
Charming historic towns on Maryland’s Eastern Shore are offering creative ways to cheer even the most pandemic-weary.
Dreaming of travel during the pandemic is a great way to get away in our minds, but now’s the time to start planning. Here is some inspiration …
If Aaron Spelling’s “Fantasy Island” was a real place, no doubt it would be in the Maldives, an exotic paradise consisting of over 1,000 atoll islands in the exquisite Indian Ocean.
The morning buffet will likely be a relic of the past, as hotel managers have moved to serve breakfast in large ballrooms, either with to-go boxes or in-house dining six feet away from other tables.
The National Cherry Blossom Festival, which encompasses dozens of events, will kick off with an opening ceremony on Saturday, March 21, and continue through Easter Sunday, April 12.
Connecticut’s Mystic Seaport Museum is the only U.S. venue for “J.M.W. Turner: Watercolors from Tate.” The show’s last day is Sunday, Feb. 23.