Travel and Tourism

Popular Tourist Stop On The Chesapeake Bay To Close

Sep 21, 2017
Pamela D'Angelo

For decades now, tourists have stopped midway on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel to stand at the mouth of the Bay. They watch cargo and military ships, and if they're lucky, a nuclear sub glide by before ducking into the restaurant for some freshly fried flounder and hush puppies. But the restaurant will become history at the end of the month.

Monticello Wine Trail, http://monticellowinetrail.com/winery/king-family-vineyards/

October is Virginia wine month -- and in order to help more people safely enjoy the state’s wineries the Governor announced a first-of-its-kind partnership with UBER today. 

OPEN GRID SCHEDULER / GRID SCHEDULER / CREATIVE COMMONS

New technology is disrupting all kinds of industries, everything from newspapers and taxis to music and now hotels. The latest technology allows homeowners to rent out rooms of their house, or sometimes the entire house. That’s causing alarm among lawmakers, who are now engaged in an effort to craft new kinds of regulations.

http://www.anna.aero

Flying out west got a little easier for Virginians. For the first time, Richmond’s airport has launched daily non-stop flights to Denver, Colorado through United Airlines. They’re now the longest and farthest flights out of the international airport. 

Why Governor's Trip Could Make Money and History

Jan 4, 2016
Associated Press/Ramon Espinosa

Governor Terry McAuliffe is in the midst of a three-day trip to Cuba, hoping to drum up new business for Virginia, but as Sandy Hausman reports, his mission could benefit businesses nationwide.

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