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The holidays will be here before you know it and with pent-up demand to travel, you’re likely to find increased demand for flights, rental cars and hotels. So advance planning is crucial.

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While Europe’s big cities may be the starting point for your trip, you’ll find plenty of culture, cuisine and charm in small towns. Fall’s cooler temperatures and fewer tourists make it a great time to explore.

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This week’s tip is a big one: Winter is the best time to buy an RV! Yes, you heard me right. Now, this may be odd to hear since winter is when RVs are getting winterized and packed up to be used for next year. But after spending over 10 years in the RV industry I can tell you, some of the be…

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It’s October, and in Oregon, winter and freezing temps will be here before we know it. If you currently have an RV, you know what that means: protecting your investment by winterizing your RV. The importance of winterizing shouldn’t be dismissed.

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If you love spending time outdoors and you enjoy regular physical activity, think about taking a walking or hiking trip for your next vacation. You may not cover as much ground on foot, but you’ll get an intimate look at a small part of the world.

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A multigenerational vacation can be a fun, relaxing way to spend time with your family while creating unforgettable memories. Here are some planning tips and ideas about where to go.

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Whether you’re on the road for business or pleasure, it’s always good to get a refresher on travel etiquette.

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California’s theme parks have reopened from their COVID-19 shutdown with new rides and attractions. So whether you’ve never been to them or you haven’t been in awhile, you’re in for a treat.

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After a year many of us spent staying close to home, there’s a pent-up demand for travel.

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If Las Vegas is on your travel bucket list, or you’re a fan but haven’t visited in awhile, this is a good time to start planning a trip. Hotels and casinos are open, entertainment is returning and a thrilling new attraction will open this fall.

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With its breathtaking scenery, varied wildlife and rich history, Alaska routinely shows up near the top of the list when it comes to dream destinations.

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After being closed for most of 2020, Europe is starting to open up to visitors. It’s a huge relief to countries that depend on tourism for their economy and to travelers who have been dreaming of a European vacation.

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Whether you’re traveling for business or leisure, renting a car is often part of booking your trip. But two factors are combining to make this a difficult year for travelers who need vehicles.

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Backpacking in the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming has long been my husband Kyle’s dream. So, when the closed Canadian border torpedoed our plans to haul gear for some motorcyclists to the “Top of the World Highway” in Canada, we simply downshifted plans to Wyoming.

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Americans are eager to start going places again, according to a recent survey of consumers conducted by Travel Leaders Network.

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Visitors to Wildlife Safari will be able to feed giraffes by hand and even look them in the eye, thanks in part to a local grant that will go toward the construction of a viewing deck and barn at the popular adventure park in Winston.

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If you’ve been eagerly awaiting the return of live performance, you’ll be happy to hear that cultural festivals are making a comeback this summer in beautiful outdoor settings.

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If you’re planning a family vacation this summer, living history museums are a great way to combine a fun experience with a chance to learn about America’s past.

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Whether you’re planning your first trip to the Caribbean or you’re looking to explore someplace new, you’ll find lots of options for everything, from romantic getaways to family vacations.

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Shopping for antiques is like a treasure hunt. You can spend days searching for a unique piece that will look perfect in your home. Antiques trails in many parts of the country make it easier to spend a long weekend — or longer — in your quest.

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My husband and I are on the second week of our cross-country road trip, and we are sharing this part of the journey with his son.

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If your ideal vacation includes a visit to a theme park, you’ll find new attractions in 2021, along with the return of favorite events.

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I am on the road this week, taking a cross-country trip with my husband to pick up his son, who is spending the summer with us.

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While international travel has been curtailed over the past year, it’s likely to rebound in the coming months as more people become vaccinated against COVID-19 and more countries relax border restrictions.

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Last week a volunteer made an astute observation: nearly all of Roseburg Public Library’s travel books collection became obsolete because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Staying at an eco-friendly hotel or villa can go hand in hand with a luxurious vacation. You’ll find accommodations that are in harmony with the surrounding landscape, offering a chance to explore and learn about the natural world as you relax in a unique setting.

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For many travelers, the return of warm weather means it’s time to start thinking about the beach.

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Whether there’s an outdoor activity you already love or you crave trying something new, you’ll find lots of choices for active vacations, from hiking and biking to watersports like snorkeling and kayaking.

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A new study contains some reassuring information for travelers about the quality of air aboard planes.

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If your ideal vacation includes a visit to a theme park, you’ll find new attractions in 2021, along with the return of favorite events.

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International travel has been severely curtailed as governments around the world try to prevent the spread of COVID-19. One barrier to resuming flights has been the lack of a widely accepted method for verifying the health status of travelers.

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Culinary travel is more than just sampling new dishes — it’s a window into what makes a destination special: the history, culture and traditions.