Paris is thinking about a plan to build 3 'garden bridges' for pedestrians and cyclists, paid for by cafes and shops on the bridges.
The name is big, the concept is local, and SeeSaw has a great time at an old-time agricultural fair.
A new highway not only opens year-round access to communities on Canada's 'third coast' but also links it to the rest of the country.
Passports -- we can't travel without them and many of us enjoy seeing the various stamps we collect on our journeys. Bob Cranwell shares some colorful passport-related moments in his illustrious travel career.
Peru's plan to open visitor access to more Inca cities may relieve Machu Picchu, or it may have unintended consequences.
U.S. airlines have gotten their act together and reduced passenger bumping by nearly 80% for a new record low.
Stephanie Kalina-Metzger shares some of the sights and activities in "Christmas City", Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
A distinctive and historic building in Pettah is the Red Mosque. More than a hundred years old, it is a popular place with visitors to the neighborhood.
A home-cooking favorite tops a poll of France's most representative dishes.
The leading low-cost carriers keep on adding routes and cities. Here's the latest round.
Here's a second helping of Samantha's discovery of great free things to do in St. Louis.
Kirsten Hines' series on exploring nature in England continues, this week finding some "boxing" hares in coastal sand dunes. What does it mean? Read on to find out.
Recent research has shown that the Georgian wine industry may be the oldest in the world, going back to the Neolithic era.
At what was once one of Europe's oldest abbeys, old treasure comes to light.
A new travel puzzle is posted for this week and one with sharp angles to it. Follow for daily clues and see if you can solve where our mystery location is this week.