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Land a last-minute holiday escape that doesn’t break the bank.
The NFL will provide unprecedented access to Travel Channel to unveil never-before-seen footage of what it takes to run and travel an entire professional football team.
Visit one of the oldest tourist attractions in the US. Travel Channel has the details on a few unique and historic destinations, including Chumash Painted Caves and St. Augustine, FL.
Save big on your next family ski trip (as much as 50%!), without sacrificing the quality of your family’s pilgrimage to the powder -- here are 8 ways how.
Lions, tigers and bears -- Oh, my! Take the family on a fun trip to visit one of the best zoos in the US, including the San Diego Zoo and the Bronx Zoo.
Loosen your belt buckles; here are our picks for Vegas's hottest new restaurants. Check out these innovative and funky restaurants that popped up on the Vegas dining scene.
Pack your bags, and don't forget the hangover sunglasses; we're taking you to the top newcomers in the Las Vegas hotel scene.
Donned with your best Wranglers and cowboy boots -- saddle up and see America's biggest rodeos.
Dive into the details about which vacation spots are best suited for non-divers looking for an underwater adventure in and out of a shark cage.
Follow Sam Brown as she takes a scenic fall drive through New York's Hudson Valley, stopping at a winery, family farm, non-tradional diner and more.
Some guests check into hotels … and never check out. Introducing the most famous hotel ghosts in America.
'Tis the season to plan a Christmas vacation with the family. Discover the most festive cities to spend the Christmas holiday.
Oyster.com has found 4 beach destinations that won’t empty your -- or your guests’ -- wallets. From Belize to Destin, FL, you can have your cake (beachside) and afford it, too.
It's where fun, good folks and the best country music artists come together. Check out Great American Country's picks for the best honky tonks in the US.
Ghosts haven't checked out of these hotels located in Northeast US. Oyster.com gives you the spooky scoop on hotel haunts that have become permanent guests.