By SUSAN HUDSPATH-MAY/For The News-Gazette
I have always loved to travel, but most of my traveling has consisted of driving to my destination and camping.
By Bridget McLeese Frerichs
The common reactions we received after detailing our upcoming travel plans were curious looks and questions. "How did you pick Slovenia?" "Is there still a war going on there?"
By Leslie Sweet Myrick
By DEBRA KARPLUS
A mountainous capital city and a university town, Salt Lake City offers the opportunity to explore your family roots in its expansive international genealogy library.
CHAMPAIGN — County tourism officials are trying to take advantage of momentum from a Steven Spielberg-directed film about the life of Abraham Lincoln.
They think the feature film will spark new interest in Lincoln from a new generation.
By DEBRA KARPLUS
Whether you are in Minnesota, Wisconsin or Michigan, traveling along the coast of Lake Superior, you will be enamored at the spectacular scenery in some of the most unexplored but glorious parts of the United States.
By VIVIENNE MACKIE/For The News-Gazette
This is not about a crypt, an archaeological site or catacombs under a city. No, this is about underwear. Corset. Chemise. Drawers. Petticoat. Crinoline. Girdle. Bra. Pantaloons. Thong.
CHAMPAIGN — Times may be tight, but spending by tourists in Illinois continues to grow at rates outpacing inflation.
In 2011, tourism generated $31.8 billion in revenues statewide, up 8.4 percent from the previous year, said Jan Kostner, deputy director of the Illinois Office of Tourism.
TUSCOLA – Tuscola is one of four finalist cities with a chance to host a classic Union Pacific steam train later this year.