Work resumed today on the rebuilding of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, but it will still be a slow and deliberate process.
Airlines are facing many questions about post-lockdown flying and keeping passengers safe; some believe the era of cheap travel is over.
Gumbo was visiting the unusual all-steel church in the Costa Rican community of Grecia. The steel plating was made in Belgium and shipped overseas, being delivered to the site by train and ox cart.
The second car made by Ford, replacing the very popular and long-lived Model T. The Model A sold almost 5 million units in its four year run.
Delta keeps its A220s busy while idling hundreds of other planes; most airlines are culling their fleets.
After more than a decade of construction, disaster and delay, Berlin's new airport will finally open in October....unless...
Jonathan L takes a ride through the Catskills on the Delaware & Ulster RR
DrFumblefinger visits a piece of public art, created for Expo 67, relocated after that event to downtown Calgary.
Danish health authorities say that coronavirus worries shouldn't get in the way of sex.
A Japanese glamping resort has a plan to turn the rainy season into a niche experience instead of a washout.
Three statues on the facade of the former Hamburg home of Germany's pre World War I Reichsbank give a quick lesson in the city's history.
DrFumblefinger visits one of the view active volcanoes in Costa Rica, and catches a glimpse of the crater and its lake through thick volcanic fog.
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American Airlines bumps up baggage fees with its cheapest tickets, and blames it on its partners.
With passport offices shut down or limited during the coronavirus crisis, many travelers may find themselves without valid passports by summer.