Here's a second helping of Samantha's discovery of great free things to do in St. Louis.
A room where Michelangelo hid out after a failed revolt, and which was only rediscovered 40 years ago, is being prepared for the public.
Gumbo was visiting this fascinating museum in Washington D.C. George G shares great observations and photos of his visit.
Jonathan L takes us to the Castello Normanno near the city of Catania in Sicily.
Jonathan L takes us on a tour of the Valley of Temples in Agrigento, Sicily.
United flew its last 747 route on Nov. 7, and Delta has scheduled its for Dec. 15-17, as U.S. airlines leave the 747 era behind.
Samantha visits one of America's most beautiful government buildings and shares its history.
Professor Abe shares images of a lovely castle built in the 12th century by the Liechtenstein (yes, the ones with the tiny country named after them).
Gumbo was visiting the coastal town of Lunenberg in Nova Scotia. Lunenberg is a UNESCO World Heritage Site because it is the best preserved example of a British-planned community in Canada. It is a great spot to spend a day.
Depending on where you live, it's Veteran's Day or Remembrance Day. DrFumblefinger remembers with a visit to the British War Cemetery in Trincomalee.
DrFumblefinger stops in the historic railroad city of Truckee, situated in eastern California near Reno. He found a pretty and nicely preserved community that was a pleasant place to explore.
Professor Abe shows us the beauties of a small Austrian town with not one, but two, palaces and some beautiful parkland.
On the Liverpool waterfront, GarryRF spots an actor costumed as a 1920s Liverpool bicycle policeman.
Join Marilyn Jones in her exploration of one of Europe's most important Jewish history sites, and one of Prague's most-visited areas.
Hundreds of WW II era fortifications known as "pillboxes" dot the English landscape. Ian Cook shares some examples, along with their history.