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April is a sandwich month for Orlando attractions, resting between the spring break and summer vacation crowds. It's a tasty time for locals because the theme parks are less congested and the temperatures aren't as high as they will be. Here are five...
Parade lovers will have one less option at Orlando's theme parks soon. The Pixar Pals Countdown to Fun, an afternoon staple at Disney's Hollywood Studios, calls it quits on Saturday. Walt Disney World decided last month that the Countdown, which...
What our museums lack in size, they make up for in creativity, moxie and searching the world for excellent exhibitions that may be just a little too small for some of the behemoths in larger cities. The Mennello Museum of American Art in Orlando and...
Tags: Travel, Colleges and Universities, Painting, DeLand, Education
The Hartford CourantMany towns and cities have turned their backs on the Connecticut River since early in the 20th century, so New England's longest waterway often flows unnoticed through our state. But if you search it out, you'll find places like the Windsor Locks...
The Hartford CourantAn old, broken iron gate leans against a stone pillar and a barely discernable carriage road snakes up through the woods along the spine of a traprock ridge. Near the top of the ridge, a fieldstone and brick chimney rises into the deep blue winter sky,...
The Hartford CourantI spent much of my youth exploring the wilds of East Hampton's Hurd State Park. I tossed stones down the seemingly bottomless chasm of Split Rock, listening for their landings. We picnicked in a glade above Carlson Pond, scaled White Mountain and walked...
You can stop and smell the roses at the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival this year … and then take a swig of blueberry wine. For the first time, Disney World is giving food and beverage quality time in the spotlight at the theme park'...
The Mandell Jewish Community Center in West Hartford is planning to modernize it's well-known Jonathan's Dream Playground and is asking for "brainstorming help" from the community during a public forum scheduled for Thursday, May 23rd at 6:00pm. See...
Though we are a nation of summer travelers, that season isn't necessarily the best time to explore. "I would argue Europe is better in the shoulder seasons," said Amy Farley, news editor at Travel + Leisure and author of the magazine's "Trip Doctor"...
Penguin families behave a lot like human families, SeaWorld Orlando says. Does that mean the momma penguins ram double-wide strollers into the back of the little legs of other momma penguins? Do the young ones disrespect their elders? Do their dads say,...
Special to The TimesLoading the family into the SUV and trundling off to Disneyland for the day on the spur of a moment is so, well, Frontierland. Before even setting foot on Main Street U.S.A., the savvy Tomorrowland family who wants to make the most of its day will...
Gorgeous biking weather has arrived and so has Michiana Bike to Work Week, which starts Monday. And at the end of this week (May 17-19), you'll find a wide menu of nearby bike tours from which to choose. If you work it right, you might be able to...
Tags: Travel, Tourism and Leisure
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