Zipcar, the Boston-based company that bills itself as the world's largest car-sharing provider, has added Sacramento International Airport to its list of U.S. airports with Zipcar services.

Operators of Sacramento-area hotels saw a significant increases occupancy, average daily room rates and revenue per room in February, according to the San Francisco office of hotel industry tracker PKF Consulting USA.

You’ve got to hand it to an L.A. prop shop well armed to flesh out Hollywood horror films.

Hotels advertise “bleisure” packages. The Thai Tourism Authority is promoting “honeyteering.” And a Mississippi TV anchor told advocates of gay equality to “go on gaycation.”

After years of dreaming about Italy and walking through its beautiful cobblestone streets, I finally made the trip.

This Costa Rican trip was messed up.

Peep behind the front doors of famous London residents’ homes.

Carrizo is truly the desert primeval, an expanse of sun-bleached soil and wind-sculpted rocks.

Find crazy cars, vintage buses, custom motorcycles and more at the 24th annual Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show.

Energizer’s new high-performance light shines as brightly as competitors such as Petzl and Black Diamond.

An oasis off of Interstate 5, Harris Ranch was farm-to-fork before the term became trendy.

There’s more shaking in Coalinga than just the remembrance of the devastating 1983 earthquake; the R.C. Baker Museum shows that.

Special train rides are offered in the Sierra Nevada foothills for spring.

Those who swear by the versatility and comfort of Chaco sandals will now have the option to look more stylish.

The perception of Death Valley is that it’s hot and desolate.

Despite my efforts, I cannot even get a representative from the Air France refunds department to speak directly to me on the phone.

At Mercey Hot Springs, travelers find a respite from the long I-5 commute.

Laugh all you want at paintings on black velvet, but you’ve never seen anything like the Velveteria in Los Angeles.

Even if all you play is a radio, at an Appalachian Mountain jam session you’re as welcome as a long-lost friend.

Pricey heated gloves are great for cold weather.

During our vacation to Austria and Switzerland, we spent a glorious day wandering the chalets of Zermatt, Switzerland.

Celebrate Earth Day a few weeks early at the annual Earth Day Marin festival.

Ideally, any damage to a rental car would be recorded when you returned the vehicle and the renter would sign a form acknowledging it.

Out of rubble comes the restoration of a soothing Japanese bathhouse on the river in Walnut Grove.

Want to be part of a sitcom’s live studio audience? It’s not for the faint of heart. Here’s a primer.

Be a scientist for a day and help experts discover, count, map and learn about organisms during BioBlitz 2014.

Farms around the nation have tried to capitalize on consumers’ interest in how food is produced with tours showcasing organic vegetable production, urban agriculture and animals that graze on lush pastures.

I recently booked a vacation package in Cozumel, Mexico, through Priceline. I called the hotel’s customer service line yesterday to ask a question, at which point I was informed that the hotel was closed for construction and would remain closed until next year.

The Amazon guide raised his hand in the steaming forest and looked at me at the end of a line of six hikers.

A new book and new video are musts for Yosemite fans.

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