Stanford University may be known for its famous graduates and Nobel laureates, but PHeymont was more impressed with its beautiful campus.
Still at sea after many months, thousands of cruise crew members still can't go home.
Delta will now automatically block the seat next to you, and give you longer to rebook canceled flights—but it's cutting itself a bit of slack on delays.
DrFumblefinger discovers a beautiful collection of old trucks in the small community of Syringa, Idaho.
These cute little animals are suited for a cold climate. This Pika was found high in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, near the shore of Lake Louise.
John looks at some things affecting global travel (sponsored content)
In one of those you-can't-make-it-up stories, a naked sunbather rescues his laptop from a larcenous animal invader
Trained dogs are said to have a 92% accuracy in sniffing Covid-19 in samples of body odor.
DrFumblefinger visits La Purisma Mission in central California. It is one of many old Spanish missions in the state, but best represents an intact mission complex, including residences, animal enclosures and so on.
Billed as the “Farthest North Antler Arch” and constructed in 2010, the site has become a popular tourist draw in Fairbanks.
A discussion of how agritourism is a growing industry in China (sponsored content).
Southwest says it needs to turn planes faster, will save full cleaning for end of day.
The U.S. State Department has dropped its general 'Don't go anywhere' advice, but it won't make much difference.
A short off-season stay in Rhodes Old Town gave PHeymont a chance to visit several layers of history.
Samantha and her husband saw many eagles on their recent trip to Juneau, Alaska.