Mia Taylor is an award-winning journalist who has more than two decades of experience. She has worked as a staff reporter for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the San Diego Union-Tribune and The Patriot Ledger. She was also part of a team of KPBS/NPR reporters that won a 2011 national Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism. In addition to TheStreet, her work appears on Cheapism.com, The Simple Dollar and in Westways Magazine. Mia is based in Southern California, where she also blogs about the local luxury dining and travel scene.
American businesses, particularly those in tourism, are vying to be the first to establish themselves in Cuba. But the logistics on the ground may still be problematic.
Billionaire Ted Turner has launched a new company - an eco-tourism business that showcases his massive land holdings and personal homes.
In yet another sign of the impacts of climate change, the Northwest Passage has become passable for major cruise ships.
Robb Report names the winner of its Car of the Year competition for 2016.
Travel risk experts say summer travel plans should not be altered because of high-profile terrorist attacks, but instead advise being well-educated about what to do in an emergency.
Islands of the U.S. are often overlooked when it comes time to plan a vacation. Here's a look at some of this country's most alluring island getaways.
Move over Coachella and Burning Man, there's a new kind of festival gaining popularity.
DayUse.com and HotelsbyDay.com allow weary travelers to rent rooms for just a few hours during the day. And they're helping the hotel industry regain revenue lost to Airbnb.
With Los Cabos named by Robb Report as one of the planet's top luxury destination this year, here's a detailed look at the destination post Hurricane Odile.
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