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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883

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It’s pedal to the metal for the trip home

We’ve all heard about how the journey should be as enjoyable as the destination -- but half the team thinks this philosophy absolutely stinks.


More Maui: the tip of a dormant volcano

From hiking the heights of the dormant volcano Haleakalā to enjoying the country feel of Pa'ia Town, getting away from Maui's resort areas can feel refreshing.

Maui: a bit of heavenly Hawaii

The second-most visited island (behind Oahu), Maui can give you the feel of old Hawaii -- if you choose to look for it.

Bali’s allure is its connection to nature

The beauty of Indonesia's tourist treasure may not be the first thing visitors notice. But once free of city traffic, the island's natural charm becomes evident.

A time in Tokyo: a notion of then and now

The Oscar-nominated movie "Perfect Days" reminded me of a short stay in the crowded Shinjuku section of Tokyo that played out like a fever dream.

Belfast: a bustling city with a proud past

Once known as the world's premier shipbuilding site, today's Belfast boasts a number of attractions that reflect the good -- and the bad -- of its past.

When traveling, finding time to relax is key

Traveling abroad is rewarding, but it can be stressful, too. Seeking out places to wind down is important, and city parks are good places to do just that.

Hawaii truly is America’s island paradise

Anyone who visits Hawaii has a favorite island, but those who have lived there -- yet are forced for some reason to leave -- know what it's like to leave a bit of yourself behind.