By ABC News

Sep 22, 2014 6:15pm

Are You Living in the Best Small City in the US?

The results are in for the best small city in America. The annual ranking of the 50 most livable small cities in the United States — based on more than 50 factors, including housing, property taxes, schools and safety — has been released by Money… Read More »

Aug 21, 2014 6:53pm

New Phone Scam Targets Vacationers in Hotel Rooms

What started off as a pit stop at a Best Western hotel in New Orleans  ended up as a major pitfall for Christine Bicek and her daughter, Katie Bicek. “It’s about midnight and our hotel room phone rings,” said Christine Bicek of Houston. The voice… Read More »

By ABC News

Aug 19, 2014 6:28pm

How to Vacation for Next to Nothing as a Mystery Shopper

ABC News’ Paula Faris reports: The Chulews — Mike, Rebecca and 2-year-old Veronica — recently went on a summer vacation for practically free. Their gas, flight, hotel and even their meals were about 80 percent off.  That’s because the Chulews of Texas are mystery shoppers…. Read More »

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Aug 11, 2014 5:39pm

British Airways Loses Woman’s Luggage in ‘Travel Nightmare’

By SIOBHAN NOLAN O’DRISCOLL Nora Low was among thousands of British Airway passengers flying out of London’s Heathrow Airport who discovered when she landed that her luggage was missing thanks to a computer glitch. “Horrible, for four days, British Airways didn’t ship any luggage,” Low told… Read More »

By ABC News

Jul 9, 2014 5:42pm

What It’s Like to Plummet Down the World’s Tallest Waterslide

Standing at 168 feet tall, Verruckt, which is German for “insane,” is the world’s tallest waterslide, but it may be more of a tower of terror than a water ride. Located at the Schlitterbahn water park in Kansas City, Kansas, riders have to climb 270… Read More »

Jun 18, 2014 11:03am

An Elegant Addition to Watch Hill

The affluent beach community of Watch Hill, Rhode Island, a picturesque enclave, dotted with elegant shingled beachfront homes and Victorian-style cottages, has been attracting well-heeled travelers for more than a century. Clark Gable, Andrew Mellon and Henry Ford are among those that have flocked to… Read More »

By ABC News

Jun 16, 2014 4:56pm

College Kid Travels Europe Wearing Nothing But His Bathrobe

  Traveling is exhausting, so why not wear your comfiest attire? One globetrotting college kid figured out how to beat the system by just wearing his bathrobe the entire time he’s abroad. The “bathrobe crusader,” as the University of California student calls himself, has become… Read More »

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Jun 16, 2014 11:31am

Fearless ‘Solo’ Climber Scales Daunting Peaks Without Ropes

By NEAL KARLINSKY, BRANDON BAUR and LAUREN EFFRON The mountain is Mexico’s El Sendero Luminoso, “The Shining Path.” That guy in the red shirt climbing the rock wall, without a rope, safety equipment or even a helmet, is Alex Honnold. During his solo climb in… Read More »

Jun 4, 2014 2:01pm

In Berlin, an Art and Architecture Tour for Hipsters

Berlin’s contemporary art scene runs the gamut from the hip to the genteel. Ramshackled underground galleries thrive alongside posh international artist spaces in a city that has become a magnet for creatives in the decades after the Berlin Wall fell. Despite an influx of commercial… Read More »

Jun 2, 2014 6:12pm

Airlines Looking to Fine Passengers for Disrupting Flights?

It’s not your imagination: Airlines are reporting more and more drunk and unstable passengers losing it in the air. Recent stories include a drunk passenger who tried to break into the cockpit of a Virgin Australia flight in April to an unruly passenger in 2013… Read More »