Greetings, Travelers! Often, it's not the things you plan to do on a trip that wind up being the most memorable. This week, our Travel Experts uncover unexpected delights, so you don't leave stumbling upon them to chance. ~Kim
Take that, New York and Los Angeles! The best Vietnamese food in the U.S. is not on the left coast or the right coast. It's down on the bayou! The city known for Creole, Cajun and soul food also has an enormous and vibrant Vietnamese community, so if you're bound for New Orleans, don't miss out on the city's best-kept culinary secret.
There's more to Acapulco than baking on a beach all day, then heading to a club to dance the night away. If you're considering Mexico's famed resort town for your vacation, here's a look at cultural, environmental and recreational experiences that can enhance your stay.
Outdoor enthusiasts are drawn to Asheville, North Carolina, for its spectacular location in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Others make the famously opulent Biltmore Estate the focus of their Asheville itinerary. But this city once known as the Paris of the South is also home to a thriving arts scene and is an ideal destination for both casual browsers and serious art buyers.
So, you've been to the top of the Space Needle, but... have you snapped your photo with a troll whose hands are large enough to grip a Volkswagen? Marveled at a grain of rice inscribed with the Lord's Prayer? And stuck your chewing gum on a work of art? These are just a few of the remarkable things you really should see and do while visiting Seattle.