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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFor young cost-conscious travelers worldwide, hostels are as much a staple as fold-up maps and books of foreign phrases. They date to 1909, when German schoolteacher Richard Schirrmann arranged for his students to stay in barns and empty schoolhouses in...
Tags: Buddhism, Prisons, Pacific Ocean, Sailing, Rooms and Sublets
Chicago Tribune Staff WriterThere are cruises. And then there are cruises for people who hate cruises--at least of the big-ship variety. Some of the newer ships are so monstrous you might as well be in Vegas instead of on the water. There's as much temptation to stay aboard as to...
Airlines and hotels long ago recognized the power of loyalty programs to keep customers coming back. Somewhat later to the game, cruise lines also now proffer perks to frequent passengers. As with other hospitality programs, benefits in seagoing...
Tags: MSC Cruise Line, Cruises, Metal, Chicago Tribune, Bars and Clubs
Staff reporterDiscover Boating Boating connects like no other leisure activity and is a great getaway for spending quality time with family and friends without having to travel too far. In fact, 90 percent of Americans live within an hour of a body of water....
Tags: Navy Pier, U.S. Coast Guard, Lightweight Boxing, Feet, Prices
Special to the SentinelDisney Imagineers are working their magic on Magic. The 7-year-old vessel -- which, in ship years, is nearly middle-aged -- is getting a face-lift. On Oct. 15, when it emerges from a shipyard in Newport, Va., Disney's family-focused vessel that tries...
Sentinel Staff WriterCasey Anthony is not the first murder suspect Josť Baez has defended. But representing her has brought him more public attention, scrutiny and controversy than any other case since he became a lawyer four years ago. In the process, he has bristled at...
Here is a selected list of events for 2006. For more information on an event, plug its name into your favorite search engine. All dates and events are subject to change, so check before going. February Ottawa: Winterlude, Feb. 3-19 (weekends). The...
Special to The Morning CallThe year my family vacationed on the French-Caribbean island of Martinique, Jimmy Carter was president, the state of Utah executed Gary Gilmore and John Travolta starred in the movie "Saturday Night Fever. " Our hotel was in St. Anne, near the Club Med...
Zap2It.comAfter a year or so sailing around the world on the refitted barque Picton Castle, "The 4400" star Billy Campbell is back in the United States, but still on the water. "I'm still on the Picton Castle," Campbell says, calling in on his cell phone, with the...
Times Staff WriterSeven bottlenose dolphins came to play, skipping across the waves toward the bow of our boat. Within seconds they were hopscotching through the sea ahead of the towering schooner, playing a masterful game of catch-me-if-you-can. We leaned over the rails...
Special to The TimesThe owners of the defunct Broughton lumber mill on the windsurfing-crazed Columbia River Gorge envision a 68-acre resort on their site that opponents say would spoil the federally protected shoreline along the choppy waters separating Oregon and...
Tags: Surfing, Windsurfing, Sailing, River Surfing, Sports
Sun StaffFirst of two parts The Cape Avinof is waiting for a war. It is tied to a pier in Baltimore 365 days a year, full of fuel, the boilers cleaned and warmed, and the cargo holds lined with wood for loading ammunition. Its orders are to sail on five days'...
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