The Seattle landmark gets updates, including replacing walls and wire with glass at the observation deck.
Despite unhappiness in some areas, overall satisfaction rises for the seventh year in a row, according to JD Power.
Stephanie Kalina-Metzger shares her experience as a water judge (tasting, not swimming or diving) in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia.
DrFumblefinger visits one of the oldest hotels in Colombo, the Grand Oriental Hotel.
London's buskers are getting the answer to "Sorry, I don't carry change" with a wireless payment link.
Amsterdam takes a new tack in dealing with rowdy stags, most of them British and Dutch men 18-34
Jonathan L shares a winter view of a summer destination: snow-covered beaches in Asbury Park, New Jersey
After years of resistance, PHeymont visits a shoe museum and is chagrined at what he'd missed.
New engineering studies give hope to promoters of a project that had seemed stalled.
The two cities have become a single metropolis, and want to link their transit systems with a new underwater metro.
A new travel puzzle is posted for this week. Follow for new clues every day and see if you can solve where we're visiting.
Join Marilyn Jones for a unique Vietnamese market that she says is "organized chaos" and "a lyrical ensemble of commerce at its best."
Paul Hunter visits a beautiful estate, soon to be seen in a movie remake.
Swiss Railways cites cost as a reason; here's the story behind that decision.
Scattering families and groups about a plane is not only unpleasant, a British regulator says, it's dangerous.