Spanish cabin crew unions have called for three days of strikes over demands for contracts based on Spanish rather than Irish labor law.
The extended government shutdown is keeping national parks closed—except where local governments and organizations are chipping in.
DrFumblefinger shares some photos of a nice warm day at Fort Lauderdale Beach.
DrFumblefinger visits an old Monastery -- built in the 12th century in Spain, but purchased by William Randall Hearst, disassembled, crated and shipped to America where decades later it was reassembled in North Miami.
A village high in the Alps is offering its entire ski area for a day as a prize in a contest that ends tonight.
The Gatwick drone incident now appears to have been less than met the eye; drone sightings might have been of the police force's own drone.
Jonathan L takes us on a walk down the Paseo Boricua in Chicago to see some of the street art there.
Jonathan L takes us for a walk down the High Line Park, looking a architecture old and new, along with the people in between
Sixteen years after they were replaced by the Euro, billions of Belgian francs are waiting to be exchanged.
Italy's state railway corporation buys the struggling airline, and is looking to partner with the losing bidders in running it.
DrFumblefinger visits a small but lovely botanical garden in Slovenia's capital city of Ljubljana.
The New York City department store that created the tradition of holiday window displays is closing its Manhattan store as a sad ghost of what once was
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In a custom-built barrel, with no power, a French adventurer hopes to drift from the Canaries to the Caribbean.
UK's second-busiest airport and site of recent drone incidents, will be run by France's Vinci.