Ron Ellege takes us to Rome, the Basilica of Santa Maggiore: priceless artifacts and centuries of history to soak in amidst the beauty.
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St Andrews-by-the-sea was once a fishing village but today it’s a tourist draw for whale watching, shark fishing and biking a local trail, enjoying seafood.
Wuzhen, China: The water town of Wuzhen, China, known as the Venice of the East, where you can find ancient bridges and canals, heritage hotels, and dining.
Broome Australia. On the western coast of Oz, many things can kill you here, from poisonous snakes, on land and water, to spiders and crocodiles.
Philadelphia is a historic city with great sites like the Liberty Bell, Congress Hall, Rittenhouse Square, Independence Hall, Paddy’s Old Pub and more.
Rocky Mountain National Park is not just for campers, there is still plenty to do for those who love all the comforts of home.
Tabard Inn and Anderson House are two historical (restored) buildings you should visit when you go to Washington, DC.
Fortress Louisbourg, a historically preserved fortress in Cape Breton, a must-see for any Canada history buffs, touring inside and dining in a tent inside.
The Zika virus threatens many Central and South American countries, so travelers heading south can benefit from Insect Shield clothing and Bullfrog spray.
Cycling through rural Colombia: Brad Hall provides tips and photos from a long bike trip he took through the Andes mountains in Colombia and Bogota.
Minnesota’s Arrowhead Region, Duluth boasts the water activities of Lake Superior plus some great land festivities.
At the Hatch Show Print facility in Nashville, TN, you can see how they’ve been printing posters using letterpresses since 1879, and make one too!
Lille is an often overlooked city in the far north of France. But it is near the newest large museum, the Louvre-Lens just 30 minutes away.
North Adams’s Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art “Mass MoCA” is expanding to reopen in 2017 as the world’s largest contemporary art museum.
Tony Giles traveled to west Africa. He’s totally blind. In this story, he recounts a special moment in Abene, Senegal, playing music with locals.
Summer gear reviews including the Rotoball Pro, Stanley Stand, Fivesse Beach Backpack, House of Marley headphones, Ecobox waterproof speaker
Dream of Venice Architecture: a lovely new picture book with dozens of images of Venice’s dramatic architecture, photos by Riccardo de Cal and others.
Artegon Marketplace in Orlando: a repurposed space that features the work of dozens of Florida artists and craftspeople instead of mass production.