Comrade Bob (did you know it means 'bean' in Russian?) Cranwell recalls a visit to Uzbekistan back in the waning days of the Soviet empire.
JHeymont snapped this view of intricate stone pavement while strolling in Marseille, France.
A worrying announcement by a cyber-security system that hotel locks can be hacked. That's how the company lost a laptop.
A new 5-year authorization bill comes to the floor of the House, laden with a wide variety of new and revised rules.
An error in counting methods has led Iceland to overestimate the speed at which tourism has been growing.
Stephanie Kalina-Metzger tours some charming B&B's in Havre de Grace, Maryland. These are the kind of places that feel like home away from home.
Ian Cook shares the history of Kilchurn Castle in the Scottish Highlands, along with some memorable monochrome images.
Italy's scenic Lake Garda is getting a bike route that will circle the lake, and allow access even to 'easy riders.'
In one fell swoop, Alaska Airlines ditches the Virgin America branding for the airline it bought in 2016, operating all flights under the Alaska name.
Join PHeymont on another stroll through the streets and scenes of Paris. No 'Top 10' list here, just pleasant or unusual 'noticings.'
Samantha shares her visit to the Riverwalk in San Antonio and explains what the five bells on the Arneson River Stage represent.
Paris's famed Velib bike rental system is having major problems with a new operator, technical glitches and striking workers.
Lost bags are becoming less and less common, but it's still a big expense for the industry and travelers. New technology may make it happen even less often.
A new travel puzzle is posted for the week. Follow for daily clues and try to solve where we're visiting this week. The solution to this puzzle will be revealed this coming Monday.
DrFumblefinger shares images of the most unusual drinking fountain he's ever encountered during his travels, this in his home city of Calgary.