Two new historic hotels that were recently renovated and upgraded: The St. Anthony and the Hotel Emma, in San Antonio, Texas.
Girona, in the Catalonia region of Spain, is a cyclist’s paradise, and also a place for mushroom hunters and an easy mix of Arab and Jewish influences.
Antigua and Barbuda is a country in the Caribbean’s Leewards where you can snorkel, ride horses on one of 365 beaches. Antigua wasn’t damaged in Irma.
Long Beach California. It’s a secret out here–low rents, gorgeous waterfront, great opportunities for jobs. Long Beach is happening!
Deep in the Amazon jungle, at the borders of Colombia, Peru, and Brazil, Leticia is a jumping off point for adventure treks and river trips.
Edinburgh’s huge and legendary Fringe Festival is celebrating its 70th year, with more than 9000 performances on 50 stages, joined by other free festivals.
Rough mountainous terrain of Tenerife, in the Canary Islands anpart of Spain, for hiking and exploring. A guide to local outdoor sports to enjoy in Tenerife
Traveling by sampan down the Mekong River to the Mekong Marketplace and Cai Be Floating Market for groceries, and then to a cooking school in the Delta.
Initially founded as a Mission in 1724, the eclectic Mexican village of Todos Santos is Baja Mexico’s version of a fledgling Santa Fe, New Mexico.
While Hollywood might be more famous, the movie and TV business in Culver City California might be even home to more movies that its famous cousin.
Parks in New York City are plentiful, believe it or not, there are over 1,600 parks and gardens within New York’s five boroughs.
Gaspesie, or the Gaspe Peninsula, in Quebec, is located above Prince Edward Island. It offers nature, seaside drives, lobster, hiking, and moose close-up!
Suggestions from a seasoned traveler to China. Start your first Asian adventure in Suzhou, a manageable and fun city with attractive waterways and gardens.
Gili Trawangan is a tiny island in Indonesia near Bali where there is a decidedly Jamaican vibe–pen sales of marijuana, magic mushrooms add to the fun.
Public art, modernist architecture, and an ice cream parlor celebrating its 117th year are just three reasons to visit Columbus, Indiana, home of Cummins.