Grand Escapades shares some examples of the beautiful colonial cities you can find in Santander, northeast of Bogota.
Tonight's the night to celebrate the role of bats in our lives. Yes.
Land and buildings that played a role in John Brown's historic raid have been purchased and donated to the National Park Service.
On the gable end of a Glasgow building, an Australian artist touchingly retells an ancient legend in modern dress.
A high priority during a month in Chiapas, Mexico, PortMoresby visits the San Cristóbal de las Casas museum dedicated to the work & lives of an exceptional couple, Gertrude Duby & Frans Blom.
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Utrecht is the champion, but bicycle facilities all over the Netherlands are being upgraded.
Occasionally a good idea to 'see ourselves as others see us,' but this is likely not what Robert Burns had in mind.
Bob Cranwell, the Amateur Emigrant, shares memories of an exhausting but rewarding visit to a remote area of Nepal.
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Southwest cuts less-profitable routes from non-stop schedule to use the planes on other routes, including its growing Hawaii franchise.
In two cities, bus ticket inspectors learn (perhaps) to use a bit more discretion in handing out tickets that lead to bad publicity
With more and more travelers entitled to lounge access, many of them are getting less and less of it.
Stephanie Kalina-Metzger shares some excellent suggestions on how to enjoy your time in Miami.
DrFumblefinger visits the oldest cemetery in Halifax, established the same year the city was founded and a place of rest for some 12,000 souls.