iStock InternationalThe multi-armed saguaro cacti is perhaps the most quintessential symbol of the American Southwest

By: Elissa Richard Just like the mythological bird that rises from its own ashes – from which the city borrows its name – the Greater Phoenix area has risen into something that couldn’t have been envisioned just half-century ago: one of the most popular tourist destinations in America, attracting 13... Read More

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iStock InternationalSedona boasts the kind of beauty that stirs the senses and moves the soul

By: Elissa Richard When every passing sunray transforms the color and character of Sedona’s red-rock formations, it’s easy to see why visitors are awed by its grandeur. Sedona boasts the kind of beauty that stirs the senses and moves the soul: radiant red rocks carved out by canyons and creeks;... Read More

iStock InternationalTake couples therapy to a whole new level at these romantic spas

By: Maryann Hammers Most spas tout the “three R’s:” relaxation, rejuvenation, and renewal. But we’ve rounded up a global list that embraces a fourth “R” – romance. Aromatic mineral pools and private, candlelit, seaside massage terraces are just a few of the perks found in our favorite romantic spas. But... Read More

By: Genevieve Shaw Brown People in San Diego are obsessed with the weather. Everywhere you go, you’ll hear discussion of the forecast, even though there’s really not much to discuss. Sure, the city will see the odd day of rain here and there, but if you take a look at... Read More

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iStock InternationalMasks are a major part of Venice

By: Sherman’s Travel Editorial Staff Baby, it’s cold outside! But this year, why hibernate at home when you can be enjoying the best of what winter has to offer the world over? Some of the greatest festivals of the year take place during the coldest months, and we’ve rounded up... Read More