Mary Renner is a flight attendant and an expert on conquering the fear of flying. On her website, FlyConfidently, she provides resources, new articles and advice to help nervous flyers.
The groundbreaking plans for a new Floating Farm geared towards the sustainable food fanatics of Rotterdam is paving way for a new architectural revolution in the city.
Head to Belfast in Northern Ireland, home to the Titantic and the “Game of Thrones” set. The tourism boom happening there makes the city an interesting spot to take your next vacation.
During WW2, Casablanca was a large staging area for all American aircraft and the setting for the classic Hollywood love story. To take advantage of the publicity surrounding the Allied invasion of North Africa, Hollywood hastened the release of the motion picture.
Yellowstone: Visiting the nation’s premier park during the less crowded winter season brings moments of silence, stillness, and great beauty. Contemplating the wilderness in winter.
The city of Skopje, in Macedonia, is full of huge statues of men on horseback. Some of the attractions appear to a work in progress, but the city is worth a visit and looks wonderful in the evenings.
The Guinness Factory at St James Gate is the most popular tourist attraction in Ireland, not only because the beer is so famous, but the interactive displays and history is very interesting and the tour includes beer samples.
Senegal: Inside a 60,000 seat stadium, elaborate preparation and swagger as two contestants enter the ring for La Lutte, or The Struggle, a popular sport in West Africa.
Tualatin Valley, Oregon is home to 12 wineries, many craft breweries, and a sake manufacturer. This area southwest of Portland offers bike trails and a world-class rock museum, and many other great attractions to discover.
Mike Smith feels that visiting the Myanmar helps out the locals more than boycotts and protests in the politically charged country. Scenes from Yangon and Hpa-an the capital of Kayin State, home of bat caves.
Gulliver’s Gate is a spectacular new exhibit in New York City’s Times Square. It’s an entire world of miniatures, with realistic buildings, people, cars, and natural wonders.