The world's largest airlines, and how they're measured, turns up only a few surprises.
DrFumblefinger is surprised to find that Radovljica, Slovenia, is home to a weekend of Chocolate each April.
In Dublin, one cathedral per faith is not, apparently, enough. St Patrick's and Christ Church have co-existed in relative peace for nearly 800 years.
Bulgaria's second city is one of this year's European Capitals of Culture, the first time for a Bulgarian city.
Lisbon is scheduled to have a second airport by 2022, relieving crowding at its existing airport.
A new travel puzzle is posted for this week. Follow for daily clues and see if you can solve where Gumbo's visiting.
Professor Abe visits the Church of Carmo, situated in Faro. It is a richly decorated church, but is best know for its skull chapel.
Munich's great park has a surprising history—and a beer garden at its heart, as well as urban surfing!
Wit the expansion of pre-clearance, airports need more facilities and staff. The U.S. pays for the customs personnel, but passengers pick up the rest.
Low fares to Europe must be purchased as part of a roundtrip.
Air France calls it quits on an attempt to battle discounters by attracting millenials to their own airline.
DrFumblefinger shares photos of the newest National Museum in Canada, completed in 2014, which is also the only National Museum outside of Ottawa.
Gumbo was at very interesting Jacksonvillle Arboretum & Gardens.
United is offering a cookbook with both first class and economy class recipes.
The two big aircraft rivals ended the year in a virtual tie, although Boeing did notably better in new orders.