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Nunavut, which was separated from the Northwest Territories in 1999, is the newest, and northernmost territory of Canada. It is home to indigenous people, the Inuit, who celebrate the small things in life and live off the land.
A third Louvre, after the famous museums in Paris and in Northern France, opened in November 017. The Louvre Abu Dhabi will be a museum for the world with treasures from Paris and many other works of priceless art.
Walking in Portugal provides many routes and information for hikers across the different areas of Portugal, including the Algarve, Peneda-Gerês National Park, the Serra da Estrela, and other beautiful parts of Portugal.
Al Ain, in the United Arab Emirates, is a desert oasis with a history museum, intricate water channels called Falaj, and green, guarded by Fort Jahili, going back to the earliest days of the 20th century.
Enjoy a drive through beautiful Tuscany, Italy in a rented Alfa Romero and tour many vineyards including Verrazzano, Castello Vicchiomaggio, Baron Ricasoli Vineyards and Marcasi Antonori.
Jon Haggins Globetrotter recounts many trips around the world and interactions with many local people on his journeys. The book excerpt covers travel in Vietnam.
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B.B. King, the legendary blues guitarist who died in 2015, built a museum in his hometown of Indianola, Indiana, where many of his treasures are on display and where his grave is located.
Annual Travel Insurance policies. While we think everyone should consider travel insurance for their trips, for those of us who travel a lot more, having an annual policy saves money and keeps you insured all year long.
Jackie Cohen tells what life is like for crewmembers of an iconic steamboat cruise, The American Steamboat Company’s “American Queen” ship, based in Memphis, Tennessee.
Car Rentals in Europe: Find the best prices for renting or leasing a car in Europe from the leading car rental agencies, through Auto Europe and GoNOMAD.com.
Karolee Bulak takes us to Tolantongo far in the mountains of Mexico. It’s a special place with hot springs, underground caves, and beautiful waterfalls. It’s well worth the arduous journey to get there.
From the Taj Mahal to Elvis’s resting place at Graceland, explore some of the world’s most famous burial sites in Loren Rhode’s newly released book “199 Cemeteries To See Before You Die.”
In Bavaria, despite a successful high-tech economy, farmers still do as they have since ancient times. William Krakow describes the annual Viehscheid, a ritual of bringing the cows back down from the mountains to town.
Las Vegas is full of excellent entertainment options, even if you don’t want to spend money in the casinos….some of these include Dig This!, the Neon Boneyard, Getting Married at Denny’s and visiting the Pinball Hall of Fame.
Florida’s Gold Coast is a treat for winter-weary Northerners. We cruise the Jungle Queen Steamboat, relax on the beach, and take in Art Walk on fashionable Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale.
Super traveler Max Johnson visits the West Balkans (once called Yugoslavia), with stops in Durres, Albania, Belgrade, Serbia, and Podgorica Montenegro by bus, train and cruise ship, discovering the changes that have taken place over the past twenty years.
Spain’s Extremadura region is famous for Iberico pork and its peppers. These peppers are slowly smoked to create another delightful Spanish spice: paprika. There’s even a museum devoted to the spice. The author, Jackie Sheckler Finch, shares a recipe for the Spanish dish migas.
Lake Atitlán, Guatemala: Staying in a luxurious resort right next to Lake Atitlán, Casa Palopó offers a spa, swimming pool and a chance to gaze out at the beautiful lake all day long. Travel and hotel review of a casa on Lake Atitlán, Guatemala.
Montelago Celtic Festival in Italy’s Apennine Mountains is a combination of a druid gathering, a music fest, and the Highland games–with camping, world music, and lots of beer and fun.
Magnetic Island, a small isle located off the coast of Queensland, Australia, is a great place to snorkel, or relax on the many beaches, or explore the Fort Walk to see fantastic views.
Cheshire, England is among one of many wonderful destinations in the English countryside where old fashioned charm meets mystical landscapes.
Miami Florida is an art-lover’s paradise. From the Vizcaya, to the graffiti art in the old Wynwood area, to the stately Biltmore Hotel, if you love art, head to South Florida.
Santa Fe New Mexico is an art lover’s paradise: more than 250 art galleries, the famous Indian Market, the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, and the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi.
Petaluma, California is a popular destination for visitors and new residents, many of whom are finding the riverside city a better place to raise families. What makes it such a great town?