Midlands love to travel, and we love to tell their stories when they do. Take a trip around the world with us.
Stunning landscapes and warm and friendly people make South Africa a popular destination for travelers. Go during Nebraska’s winter, and you'll be in the heart of summer for a South African adventure of a lifetime.
Check in, grab your hall pass and find your classroom for the night.
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Midway through our tour of Denali State Park, Alaska bush pilot Don Lee asks if we're ready to look for bear. Because we're airborne, we’re game. Our flight turns out to be the highlight of a recent 10-day trip to Alaska. Lee delivers handsomely on two things we really want to see: mountains and wildlife.
The locals know that roads leading to Eureka Springs, Arkansas, aren’t straight. Neither are the streets once you arrive. “It takes a little longer to get here,” says Kim Dutile, who owns and operates The Lodge in this Ozark Mountain community. “That’s a good thing because it’s a beautiful drive.”
Turkey tracks. Courthouse steps. Barn raising. Streak of lightning. Drunkard’s path. Ask Carolyn Ducey to name a few quilt patterns, and she rattles them off , barely pausing for breath. Request that she show you one of her favorites, and she’s likely to let you peek at an exquisitely vibrant silk Mughal floor quilt dating to the early 1700s.
Following one of America’s “scenic byways” offers boundless flexibility for choosing one’s getaway plan. They’re the miniature versions, if you will, of the ambitious nationwide “auto tour routes” like those that follow the Oregon Trail or Route 66. Every one of the 50 states has designated scenic byways within its borders, offering trip lengths, themes and features for virtually any vacationer.
The moon drifted in and out of the clouds while lights strung in the trees twinkled brightly. Laughter mixed with the gentle hum of conversation. On a hilltop above the Adriatic Sea, hotelier Stefan Giuliodori welcomed guests from around the world to an outdoor dinner at his Italian country home.