Who would have thought that our toys and hobbies would raise such a ruckus at some of the most popular getaway spots in the nation?
In a couple of weeks the tapping sound of wooden mallets will be echoing across the nearby Chesapeake Bay.
River Walks from New Orleans to New York are the rage. These inland versions of seaside boardwalks, are for more than walking. Biking, horseback riding and running are all in the mix.
Drag out shorts and find an open waterfront eatery deck on a weekend getaway.
The end of March and first of April brings us a tradition filled convergence of Easter and Passover. If plans for the week include a getaway with a unique religious experience.
Make it a weekend or a destination splurge. As one hotel chain advertised, “After tax, relax”. So, where to go? Here’s are some favorites.
Next week, all roads will lead to an Irish Pub. St. Patrick’s Day is on the near horizon.
So, outside of home cooking, where do we go to savor the unique flavors that reach their zenith once a year?
If you’re among the quarter off a million people who will head for the Philly Flower Show make it a Center City Getaway – even an overnight.
You’ve heard it before. You’ll hear it again. “March comes in like a lion.”
It’s that time of year when snow sport enthusiasts begin to think about spring skiing and riding.
Get ready for a whip-saw week of getaway action.
With winter weather at its most fickle, how do you plan for a long, fun Presidents weekend getaway?
And when you visit Ireland, it seems that every local you meet there has relatives in Philadelphia.
Presidents Weekend on skis, boards and tubes is the last long mountain weekend of winter.
With Valentines Day on the near horizon, here is a pair of getaway stayover ideas for outdoor exploration, food, drink and romance.
C’mon. Do an overnighter. After all, Valentines Day comes only once a year.
With the winter Olympic on the near horizon even recreational skiers are getting the urge to take a racing challenge.
The moon was full and the sky was crammed with starlight. From the condo deck on a ridge overlooking Camelback Mountain there was another light source.
A Florida to Maine deep freeze that devastated getaway plans last week was expensive for travelers. But KYW’s Jay Lloyd notes that the cost for getaway seekers can be controlled.
It’s a small town story that became as big as the mountain that towers above it.
Would you believe there’s a God of skiing? Ancient Scandinavians did. Some ski clubs today even have logos with the image of Ullr, outfitted in skis and carrying his trusty bow.
With brutal hurricanes and storms disrupting long distance travel plans in the year past, KYW’s Jay Lloyd reports that local getaways offered smooth sailing.
Old inner tubes have been re-purposed for everything from cushions and swings to rubber rafts for floating up a lazy river.
With snow already hammering the Pennsylvania slopes, KYW’s Jay Lloyd looks at the prospect of a new growth spurt for recreational skiing.
Shopping bags from big city stores, suburban malls and wee country shops are stuffed under restaurant tables, topped by nibbles, noshes and warming sips.
Only one ship that survived the attack on Pearl Harbor 76 years ago remains afloat today. And KYW’s Jay Lloyd reports that it’s preserved in nearby Baltimore and open to visitors.
Pennsylvania winter playgrounds are thinking snow. KYW’s Jay Lloyd reports if it doesn’t fall from the sky, man can improvise.
Let’s visit a sampling near the slopes and trails of Pennsylvania. They are year-to-year traditions that have mellowed with the test of time.
Ever crave a taste of home while traveling or want to send the taste to someone else? KYW’s Jay Lloyd says it’s easy.