Making adjustments, as we sometimes must when we travel, PortMoresby finds a home in Aswan and indulges a favorite pastime, wandering in markets.
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US Travel Association, a tourism trade group, is launching a new website to offer daily deals from its participating companies.
LAX is testing a new system that will let you know if the stall is available without having to rattle the door or look under it.
Ian Cook shares the story behind the Glenfinnan Monument in the Highlands of Scotland. It was here in 1745 that Bonnie Prince Charles planted his banner and claimed the throne of Scotland.
Ian Cook shares images of the Jubilee Bridge, and some of the prettiest scenery to be found in Scotland.
A new attraction offers visitors a chance to (virtually) fly solo in the skies over Paris.
Qantas is planning more ultra-distance flights—and possibly passenger space in the cargo hold. Could that picture show where you'll board?
Samantha shares a bit of history and her visit to the Alabama State Capitol, scene of many dramatic events.
Its been a race to have the first garden in the street to show flowers in the spring. Folks are getting more inventive than just bringing pots out of the greenhouse. So now it has to add a touch of humour too.
Food may look like explosives to scanners, and TSA doesn't want to hold the line while it checks it out.
A new safety feature becomes mandatory on European cars in an attempt to cut highway fatalities.
PHeymont spends some time strolling and watching and museuming in America's oldest capital city.
A scenic view taken by Dr. Jon while hiking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path in Wales.
At 238 kilometers, Shuanghe in southwest China is the longest cave in Asia, according to new data.