Midway Through His Year, Our 52 Places Traveler Answers Readers’ Questions

Milestones lend themselves to reflection, so we took the opportunity to slow down and tap you, fellow travelers, for questions you might have about my journey. Read more »

How to Plan In Case Things Go Wrong

Nothing bad is going to happen while you’re on vacation … probably. Read more »

Iceland Mourns Loss of a Glacier by Posting a Warning About Climate Change

Higher global temperatures are threatening glaciers, which cover 11 percent of Iceland and are prominent tourist attractions. Read more »

Ride Sharing Adds to the Crush of Traffic at Airports

The record number of travelers and the popularity of Uber and Lyft have left airports scrambling to ease congestion. Read more »

In Southern Appalachia, Searching for the ‘Big Bang’ of Country Music

More than 90 years ago, recordings in a hat warehouse in Bristol, Tenn., unleashed a quintessentially American musical form. Read more »

The Completely Reasonable Reason People Are Flying With Mini Horses

The Department of Transportation’s declaration that miniature horses should be prioritized as service animals has raised many questions. Read more »

In D.C., Trading Politics for a Paddle

The Potomac River offers a watery vantage point on the nation’s capital, with some rocky shoals. Read more »

Tracing Your Roots Through Travel, According to Mickela Mallozzi

She has danced the tango in Buenos Aires and immersed herself in South Korea’s K-pop. Now the host of “Bare Feet” is using her DNA to better explore... Read more »

Customs Computer Failure Snarls Passengers at U.S. Airports

Service is being restored after being knocked out for a couple of hours, officials said, but delays remained. Read more »

Erotic Tapestries, a Kyoto Inn Inspired by Sweets and More

T’s roundup of people, places and things to know now. Read more »