At long last, a solution, albeit temporary, to the issue of huge cruise ships in Venice.
Americans seem ready to take to the skies, possibly too soon, and the effect is showing in airline schedules and long phone wait times.
Jonathan L found cherry blossoms surrounding the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington DC
PHeymont had a great time at the New York Aquarium, and learned a lot, too!
The original Disney resort want planning and zoning changes that will allow it to add more attractions without adding more land.
JetBlue has been assigned slots at London Heathrow, but hasn't said yet if it will use them, although that has always appeared to be their goal.
Today begins the travel puzzle of the week. Gumbo has set off on a new adventure and invites us to join in by following the clues to her destination.
Marilyn Jones takes us to a small museum in East Texas that hosts an elaborate model railroad showing West Texas scenes of the past.
DrFumblefinger wanders and is charmed by the many lanes of ancient Palermo.
With sales to restaurants down due to Covid lockdowns, an ancient abbey turns to the internet to move its excess cheese.
The U.S. may be on the verge of implementing, or at least testing, a "vaccine passport"
PHeymont visits a popular California attraction started as a roadside stand and then just grew and grew
DrFumblefinger spots a well camouflaged hornets nest while exploring Costa Rica.
The U.S. and UK make it off Switzerland's 'red list' while several other countries are added.
Major industry associations say the U.S. is moving too slowly in evaluating pandemic-era restrictions.