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The Bible Museum, opened in 2017, Washington DC, is a comprehensive history of the world’s most famous book, from the beginning of Christianity to present.
Telluride Colorado is a summer and winter playground high in the Rocky Mountains. Find excellent skiing, summer festivals,tacos, mountains and more.
Kyiv, Ukraine. A visit to the capital city of the former Soviet Union country that today cherishes freedom above the state. Highlights of Kyiv what to see, where to eat.
Xcaret is a theme park with a Mayan motif, but the author got to witness dozens of skilled local oarsmen and woman taking off for a 37-mile row to Cozumel.
A trip to the new Iberostar Grand Paraiso, in Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula, includes exciting zip-lining, high class dining and your own personal butler.
In a modest house in Irving, Texas, JFK’s assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, lived quietly with his wife and daughter and Ruth Paine. You can visit Paine’s house.
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Costa Brava offseason: A visit to the deserted beaches and castles like Tossa de Mar, Castle of Begur, the Waterfront at Platja d’Aro and local restaurant choices in this beautiful part of Spain’s coast.
With the Swiss Travel Pass, make a trip to Switzerland more accessible than ever before. Enjoy the perks of mountain excursions, luggage transfer, museums passes and more.
At the magnificent Mayan ruins of Tikal, Guatemala you can channel your inner Indiana Jones; and relax in style afterwards at the luxury eco-resort, Las Lagunas.
Lawn Hill Gorge, in Queensland, Australia, is a great place to paddle, or float in tire tubes, while you camp beside the water. A lovely discovery in Queensland.
Medora, North Dakota is located in the Painted Canyon—part of the North Dakota badlands in the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. It’s full of cowboys and every year presents a musical tribute to its heritage.
How safe are you on a cruise? A look at the many levels of security and how cruise ships keep their vessels safe both in port and while at sea. Cruise Ship security.
Author Chris Santella allows readers to race across the globe with “Fifty Places to Run Before You Die”, highlighting the most famous races, trail runs, and tips from international running experts.
Avery Island, Louisiana has been the home to McIlhenny family’s Tabasco empire since 1868. Today there is a new on-site restaurant called 1868, and a full museum to go with the factory tour.
Southwest Germany is blessed with dozens of monasteries, castles, and lush gardens. Take a tour of four of the best–Alpirsbach, Wiblingen, Maulbronn and Salem Palace.
Cruises have been a staple of multi-generational family vacations, but lately, cruise-goers would rather skip the kids. Adult-only cruising is a growing new trend.
California’s San Mateo County offers plenty to see and do: Silicon Valley, the Computer History Museum, and the Googleplex, plus striking beaches, farm country, and historic mansions.
In Julie Statham’s Walking in the Algarve: 34 Coastal and Mountain Walks, tourists are guided through the volcanic hills to dramatic limestone escarpments.
The experience of chartering your own sailboat and enjoying the beautiful Istria peninsula and other parts of the Dalmatian coast is shared.
Exploring Costa Rica’s long Pacific Coast, which features Manual Antonio National Park and many rugged coastal sites like the village of Samara, Playa Potrero, and Costa Rica’s most famous beach, Playa Conchal.
Bali: A delicious round up of many vegetarian and vegan restaurants on this beautiful island, including Coffee Cartel Bali, Cafe Organic, Gypsy Kitchen and Bar, Nalu Bowls and others.
Boston’s Chinatown tour is led by resident expert Jacqueline Church, who has immense knowledge of the history, culture, and best spots to eat in the hidden gem neighborhood.
Dina Bennett says she strives for sensory overload–situations in life where everything comes at you as a cascade of experiences. Her new book, Travel Junkie’s Diary, chronicles some of her adventures around the world on very long road trips.
At Karijini National Park in Western Australia, there are many incredible gorges to visit, including Hancock, Hammersley, Knox, Dales, Joffre and Weano.