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Family travel means escaping the routine to spend quality time with your children or grandchildren. Kasey Austin, a family travel expert, gives advice on what not to bring, and how to enjoy a special trip to Yellowstone National Park together.
Connecting Europe’s most sought-after cities and more, Eurostar has upgraded their fleet to be futuristic, fast, and environmentally-friendly.
The Hakka, Earthen fortresses found in Yongding County, Fujian Province, China, are an incredible sight to behold: Hundreds of tulous are scattered across the countryside of several counties in Fujian Province.
The Welsh tourism board Visit Wales has named 2018 the “Year of the Sea” to promote Wales’ beautiful coastlines and alternative style.
A visit to Kiev includes the lavish St. Sophia Cathedral, Landscape Alley, Besarabsky Market, the Motherland Monument, and the Memorial in Maidan Nezalezhnosti.
Returning to Fukushima Province after the disastrous nuclear power plant meltdown, you wouldn’t even know it had happened. None of the people there want to talk about it, instead, they prefer to show off their soba noodles and handicrafts from ancient times.
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A Tasmanian resident shares his island and its many interesting animals…from Duckbilled Platypus to Little Penguins and Pademelons, Kangaroos and snakes!
Graz, Austria: Max Hartshorne visits Graz Austria and reports about travel conditions and information about travel to Austria.
A trip on a decrepit railroad line between Nairobi and Mombasa, Kenya, which was dubbed “The Lunatic Line,” and has been replaced by a modern train.
Attacks while hiking are rare, but those who have experienced a ‘two legged predator’ it’s a scary memory. Tips on self defense and ways to avoid problems
Sofia, the beautiful capital city of Bulgaria, is shown to us by a local woman who highlights the buildings and ‘must-see’ places in the city.
In the Anza Borrega desert state park outside of San Diego, California, you can view dozens of sculptures of huge animals who once roamed this land.
What’s New for Travelers? Folding Sunglasses, Portable EKG reader and more
Lost World Adventures offers a six-day, five-night tour to Tierra del Fuego in Chile, the southernmost inhabited place on Earth.
How to get the most out of your trip to Portugal–Eat Smart in Portugal is a new guide to markets, menus, regional cuisines and how to find the best foods.
A handy gadget allows you to have your own virtual tour guide, don’t miss the chance to master your travel experience in Amsterdam.
Yellowstone Country: Idaho, Wyoming & Montana (Lost on Gray Roads) is David Skernik’s ode to his favorite places, photos of nature and scenery.
Cyprus is a beautiful island in the Mediterranean sea, near Syria, but it has been a divided nation of two since 1974. Musing on why this is still true.
In a valley surrounded by the vast city of Los Angeles, Suiho En is a tranquil escape from the modern world that takes you back to ancient Japan.
Charlottesville, Virginia has been in the news lately, for the wrong reasons. Exploring the bakeries, outdoor music and breweries and make it exciting.
Judi Jagger lives in Ubud, Bali Indonesia, and shares some of the many rituals and ceremonies that take place so often on this beautiful island.
The 400-mile haunted trail is filled with deep-rooted history that allows for a true experience of the ghastly paranormal world.
Tromso, Norway, the northernmost city in the world, high at the very top of the long country of Norway. Enjoy the sun at midnight and skiing, swimming too.
Pico island is one of the nine Azores Islands in the Atlantic ocean, independent territories of Portugal, where you can watch sperm whales and visit a cave.
Hiking on the most popular trail in New Hampshire, the Franconia Ridge Loop, where you intersect the famous Appalachian trail and weather can be hazardous.
Taos is a famously laid-back city in New Mexico, where many nearby natural sites like Bandelier National Monument, Taos Pueblo and the Taos Plaza.
Located in the center of Seoul, Seoul Dragon City is one of Korea’s hottest new hotel complexes with 1,700 rooms, multiple restaurants, bars, and much more.
In Ugarit, Syria, historian/travel writer Habeeb Saloum explores the ancient city where a tablet was discovered that revealed the world’s first alphabet.
A local guide to Mexico City’s La Roma neighborhood, with some history, colorful anecdotes, and recommended restaurants and sites to see in La Roma.
A highlight of our trip to Parma was strolling the streets for an afternoon apertivo, shopping, dinner or a late night beer to watch the locals interact.
Jamaica was the location for more than 141 films since the movies were first invented in the early 20th century. Jamaica The Land of Film tells the story.
A tour of the Dingle Peninsula, Cork, and a visit to the Burren region of Ireland, discovering so many beautiful places in very green Dingle.
A four-hour journey for a 90-minute visit to the Agawa Canyon Park might not seem worth it until you realize the journey is part of the experience.
In the far west of Australia a forgotten coast reveals the fantastic Ningaloo Reef, a paradise for snorkelers and divers, Cape Range National Park.
Experience staying in one of the 12 churches in England open to campers, referred to as “champing”, which is becoming popular in Europe.
A tour of 100 miles of Rte A1A in northeast Florida, starting with Jacksonville, then St. Augustine, then Daytona Beach. Where to eat, stay, and relax.
Katarina Line tours offer sea and land excursions that will introduce tourists to Europe’s historical, natural, cultural, and gastronomical significance.
From Couchsurfing to riding bicycles and walking, there are a lot of ways to travel the world for free. Teaching English and working abroad too.
A seasoned traveler to China advises: start your first Asian adventure in Suzhou, a manageable and fun city with attractive waterways and gardens.
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.
Free things to do in Richmond, VA: Many free attractions for history buffs and nature lovers in Richmond Virginia, including Maymont, the Hollywood Cemetary
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.