An attractive rooster caught DrFumblefinger's attention while making a stop in rural Costa Rica.
An unusual rescue for an unusual watercraft
Italy is considering national rules to control short-term rentals and preserve affordable housing.
DrFumblefinger shares the story behind a car sitting atop a pole in Libby, Montana.
Jonathan L visits the National Picasso Museum in Paris, and enjoys a walk through the Marais neighborhood.
Spain's new trains, the fastest in Europe, could open new routes and business
The river cruise line is adding a winter itinerary on the Rhine during a season when the industry usually takes a break
An evening walk to Tokyo Tower took PHeymont past a temple garden in evening light
The Suez Canal is open for ships of all countries to conduct international trade, but it has been closed five times and has been at the centre of major global conflicts.
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An Alaska researcher uses historic weather data to map out fair-weather routes
TSA's new scanners, designed to demand less of travelers, appear to be more demanding of time
DrFumblefinger goes on a nature hike in a beautiful national park in Costa Rica, providing great views of the Arenal Volcano.
DrFumblefinger enjoyed the convenient transportation services provided by the Oriente station. It' a fairly modern structure, built for Expo 98, with excellent train, bus and metro connections.
Surprise! Tulips are not the national flower of the Netherlands