Travel

Here's What a Day at the Beach Really Looks Like

It's not all crystal clear water and piña coladas.

My Toddler Has Had 47 Homes in Two Years

My daughter Audrey is two years old and she’s lived in thirty-three states, forty-seven cities, and one foreign country.  She has had her feet in both oceans, hiked the Grand Canyon, and traveled in planes, trains and automobiles. Until a few weeks ago, she’s never lived in a permanent “home.” And it’s one of the best decisions we ever made.

3 Travel Bloggers’ Top Packing Tips

Three style-savvy globe-trotters share their travel essentials—and the best way to pack them.

You Won’t Believe What Airbnb’s Most Popular Rental Is  

It’s not even technically a house, yet it’s the company’s most wish-listed property.

How to Travel With a Teen or Tween (and Stay Sane)

Helpful advice from a mom and daughter who traveled to 20 cities in six months—and still talk to each other.

U.S. Landmarks Everyone Should Visit

School is out, but history is always in. (Good luck with those Hamilton tickets.) These experts, including a national-park photographer and a Smithsonian Institution director, vote for their must-sees.

8 Essential Steps to Degerm a Hotel Room

Leery of what might be lurking on that bedspread? You probably should be. Microbiologist Philip M. Tierno, Ph.D., a professor of microbiology at the New York University School of Medicine, in New York City, helps fend off the filth. (Warning: This is not for the faint of heart.)

How You Can Spend an Afternoon With a Puppy on Vacation

Your next vacation is about to get a lot cuter.