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Prince Edward Island, located above Nova Scotia in Eastern Canada, is called the Garden of the Gulf, and offers fresh seafood, biking, and Canadian history.
Michael Witzel explores the flip side of Route 66 in his new book to offer details on the infamous Route 66 locations that once served as gang hideouts.
Known as the recreational capital of New England, Charlemont, Massachusetts is home to some of the most exciting outdoor activities in the entire region.
Erie Canal: A journey down 86 miles of the historic Erie Canal in New York state, when a writer and her husband slow down and take stock of their 37 years together.
Saranac Lake is famous for being the site of many sanatoria in the pre-penicillin era, and is also famous for the Hotel Saranac, a grand place to stay.
Gulets are special yachts that are popular in Croatia. An interview with Laura Orsini, a California travel blogger who chartered a gulet in Croatia.
The Computer History Museum in Mountain View CA, is committed to the preservation and presentation of the artifacts and stories of the Information Age.
Tuscany: Touring the towns of Greve, Montepulciano, San Gimignano and Pienza for wine tours, castle stays, and meeting the friendly winemakers there.
Lubbock, Texas–Not a sleepy west Texas town–instead, home of a rock ‘n’ roll icon, a prairie dog village, windmill history, lots of public art.
Frendly Gathering is one of the Northeast’s most popular festivals, and its sustainability efforts and community focus make it a great time for everyone.
If you are a fan of thrilling stories of crime and mystery, the newest addition to Akashic Books’ Noir series will surely satisfy your itch for excitement.
Anne of Green Gables on Prince Edward Island: A tour of the sites made famous by LM Montgomery’s book series about growing up on PEI in the early 1900s.
Turning Left Around the World is a new book about exploring the history, landscape, wildlife, people, and food in fifteen countries over ten months.
Manhattan’s west 66th Street is a cultural mecca, with Lincoln Center, theaters, The David Geffen Hall and many other attractions for arts-minded travelers.
Dave Hoekstra’s new book is full of stories, tips, and beautiful photos all taken from his experience living in his RV for almost a year.
Lagos Noir is a novel written by several contributing writers, and edited by Chris Ibani, that encapsulates the dark and unstable history of Lagos.
You won’t regret trying out one of the wondrous water activities offered by Japan’s Kinu River no matter if you’re a local or just passing through!
A South African woman has her hands full when she signs up to run a lodge/dive center in Mozambique, but her story includes great friendships and triumph.