Marilyn Jones visits the Medina of Fez, where she finds a pedestrian zone so large and complex a guide is needed.
Travel Rob visits a statue honoring Moncton's 100th anniversary as a city
Jonathan L shows us a Central Park winter scene.
PHeymont spotted these and other dragons in the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew.
DrFumblefinger attempts to visit the Mona Lisa only to discover that the room in which it's housed is so crowded it's hard to get close to it.
DrFumblefinger pays a quick visit to Sloppy Joe's Bar in Key West, a favorite place of author Ernest Hemingway when he lived in the city in the 1930s.
Samantha shares more pictures from her tour of the only open air Capitol in the US, the Hawaii Capitol.
DrFumblefinger tries to visit the upscale al Qasr hotel in Dubai, but is escorted off the property. He did snap the photo of these interesting Arab Horse statues.
DrFumblefinger visits the District of Columbia War Memorial. It's located between the Reflecting Pool and Tidal Basin, close to the Martin Luther King Memorial.
DrFumblefinger visits the Hurricane Monument in the Florida Keys, which commemorates those who died during one of the most powerful hurricanes ever recorded.
Land-locked Bolzano, in the mountains of Northern Italy, sports a sea god at the edge of its public market.
DrFumblefinger visits the historic Battery Park in Charleston. Built at the confluence of the Ashley and Cooper Rivers and Charleston Harbor, it's a wonderful place to relax, enjoy the sea breeze and a sunset.
Always an enjoyable crowd puller. Watching a display of Kites on a Sunday afternoon.
Professor Abe visits Miltenberg, a small town in Franconia. The town contains many lovely buildings one of which is the 'Hotel zum Riesen', said to be the oldest hotel in Germany.
Marilyn Jones explores the fabled site of ancient Troy...and all the Troys that took its place.