Ever fantasize about blasting off on a trip into outer space?
That might work someday soon for those with millions of dollars to burn. But for the vast majority of us who aren’t that lucky, traveling to Newfoundland might be the next best bet. The unique rock formations, stunted trees and brutally harsh offshore winds in this remote Canadian province are so out-of-this-world that they cannot help but lure those with an adventurous bent.
This is your invitation to the dance. In the spirit of March Madness, we’re kindly reminding you that you only have 5 days left to enter for a chance to win The Trip: 2014, the ultimate, 2-week trip for 2 to Spain and Morocco.
What do this dream vacation and your bracket have in common? Simple: If you don’t enter, you’ll never have the chance to walk away with the big prize — in this case, a $100,000 Travel Channel-approved adventure.
Remember, it’s your turn to be the Cinderella story: Enter the sweepstakes now >>
All About The Trip: 2014
After what has seemed like the longest winter ever – the snow is still melting for some of us — it’s finally the first day of spring and Travel Channel is celebrating with 31 days of travel ideas.
Oh, and one more thing: What’s the point of having a fling if you don’t show it off? We want to see your best spring photos. Share them on Instagram using hashtag #TCSpringFling for a chance to be featured.
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Have you filled out your bracket yet? The field of 68 is officially down to 64 as the real March Madness tips off today. In just a little more than 2 weeks of basketball mayhem, 64 teams will vie to be crowned National Champion. With so much parity among the 4 regions of this year’s tournament, upsets are sure to abound, so let the games begin!
From Bryce Drew’s buzzer-beating game winner for Valparaiso in 1998 to number 1 seed Kansas falling to 9th-seeded Northern Iowa in 2010, anything can happen. Whether you’re from one of the best college basketball towns in the country, like Lexington, KY, or you’re a small-town guy with big-hoops dreams, head to one of college basketball’s greatest venues to be on hand for this year’s best games and biggest upsets. If there’s one thing you can always count on the NCAA men’s tournament for, it’s that it won’t disappoint the fans.
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Break out the peanuts and cracker jacks, Major League Baseball is back! And in an attempt to bring baseball’s international popularity to new heights, the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Los Angeles Dodgers will kick off the 2014 MLB season with an opening series in Sydney. These games on March 22 and 23rd will mark the first time the MLB season has started abroad.
For the rest of the league, however, Opening Day (and night) will commence on March 30-31, where the other 28 teams will begin their grueling, 162-game schedule, all with the hopes of being crowned World Series champion in 7 months.
As you get ready to hit the road for your own Opening Day experience, don’t miss our choices for baseball’s greatest stadiums, from Baltimore’s beautiful Oriole Park at Camden Yards to the world-famous Fenway Park in Boston. And while the whole world gets ready for another unbelievable season, check out some of the tasty ballpark treats that will be stocking the shelves across America’s stadiums as you gear up for Opening Day 2014.