Rome's traditional but troublesome paving stones will give way to asphalt; the stones themselves will be used for pedestrian paths.
Workers who prepare most of the nation's airline meals are voting to strike over wages and health care
Jonathan L takes us on a trip to Staten Island to explore the life of early 20th century photographer Alice Austen
Jonathan L walked among the porticoed streets of Bologna and brought back these pictures of light and shadow
Barcelona corrects a technical glitch which allowed the famous cathedral to be an illegal construction site for 137 years.
Renewed calls for banning cruise ships from the city have followed the collision of a ship with a smaller boat and the dock.
Kai Rambow shares some spectacular views of the park, made as he worked to perfect his own craft as a photographer.
In Koblenz, a huge memorial makes a statement about the past by its sheer size if in no other way.
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Russia's new Arctic train route tales 11 days to almost reach its neighbor.
American offers a slew of new routes, many of them year-round and including two European cities with no other link to the U.S.
A leading expedition cruise company has achieved an environmentally-based goal.
As many of us do, Marilyn Jones finds food walking tours a good way to get to know a city.
Ian Cook shares a great sequence of photos of an heron flying in and then catching a fish in the River Coquet, Northumberland.
NASA is opening the International Space Station to private company projects...but some hope it will eventually host tourists.