Reykjavik called on residents of the Icelandic capital to turn off their lights for a night to improve viewing of the Aurora Borealis.
On a block where everything else is still green, a row of trees puts on a spectacular display for last year's first day of fall.
China's railway expansion and Winter Olympics plans include a huge station at the Great Wall on a line that leads to the winter games.
Alex D offers us Croatia as a great destination for luxury travelers (and yes, for the rest of us, too!)
Carnival is betting big on the growing Chinese cruise market, in a joint venture with Chinese companies.
International Air Group makes some moves to drum up new traffic on both Atlantic and Pacific routes.
Samantha wraps up her series on how to have the money to travel by saving it up ahead.
A river with an unusual name, situated in a place of natural spectacular beauty, has formed an unusual natural bridge in Yoho National Park.
Paris's city council has voted to make the closure of the highway along the Right Bank permanent, turning it over to pedestrians and bikes.
Austrian Airline to start worlds shortest international flight
Security fears and bad weather lower numbers in Munich, while the sun shines on Stuttgart. No terror attacks, but a lot of bad behavior...
Samantha takes us back to Lake Havasu, and the story of how the 1830 London Bridge came to the American desert.
Speke Hall is a fabulous Tudor mansion with a Victorian interior—and beautiful grounds and gardens that make the house almost an afterthought.
JetBlue adds another cross-country flight plus announces their new Mint Service is now on sale.
Bangkok pulls ahead of London in a survey by Mastercard International. Other top finishers include Paris, New York and Dubai.