Travel Rob visits the Cossit House in Sydney, Nova Scotia.
Jonathan L shows us some of the street scenes from Hell's Kitchen in NYC
The Niagara Whirlpool is an area of intensely turbulent water in the Niagara Gorge, below the Falls. It can been viewed from this antique aerial car ride.
PHeymont's collected a few avian residents of the town best-known as Monet's long-time residence.
ProfessorAbe visits the largest cold-water geyser in the world.
Samantha and her husband had some great shaved ice on the North Shore on Oahu, at a little place called Rainbow House Shaved Ice. Definitely worth a visit if in the area.
DrFumblefinger didn't know what a terror his neighbor's dog was until he saw this sign on their fence.
DrFumblefinger visits the Grand Staircase at the Manitoba Legislative Building in Winnipeg.
Gilles visits the unique and ancient stelae of Aksum in northern Ethiopia.
An abandoned bridge in Provence led PHeymont on a search into its history and some surprises.
Bolzano's Waltherplatz wouldn't be complete without its two minstrels, one medieval and the other live and in concert daily.
The Dragon Bridge is the most popular one in Slovenia's capital of Ljubljana. Built in the early 20th century, it is an example of Viennese Art Nouveau.
Some photos from southern South American that reminded DrFumblefinger of the USA's western regions.
On a cruise, Marilyn Jones visits Russia's famous seat of power and discovers how large a complex it is.
Travel Rob shows us the Bluenose 2!