Sunrise and colorful balloons! It's not hard to see why it was a highlight of Marilyn Jones's trip.
Travel Rob views this very fun and accessable sculptural display in Saint John, New Brunswick.
Jonathan L. takes us to South Bend, Indiana to see some classic Studebakers
In an era when monarchs all over Europe were building new 'suburban' palaces, the rulers of Bavaria were no exception...
DrFumblefinger comes across this unusually shaped pine tree while hiking in Banff National Park
DrFumblefinger shares the story of Sam Steele, the Lion of the Yukon. Sam kept law and order in the Klondike Gold Fields at a time when tens of thousands of would-be prospectors descended on the region in the late 19th century.
Samantha shares a Valentines day pic and says Happy Vanentine's Day everyone.
DrFumblefinger shares a few images of American Falls, the USA side of Niagara Falls, New York.
DrFumblefinger visits the Souk Madinat Jumeirah, a modern shopping mall designed to resemble a traditional Arab market.
Mac the Moose is the symbol for the Canadian city of Moose Jaw. For the longest time, Mac was the largest moose in the world. That title was recently snatched by a Norwegian Moose!
San Felipe Neri church is Old Town's only certified remaining building from the Spanish colonial era.
Professor Abe shares a visit to the lovely 17th century palace and gardens of Charlottenburg, near Berlin.
GarryRF visits a newly-renovated hotel in a town locally as the "White Village."
DrFumblefinger stops to study 3 gigantic pigeons eyeing what they hope will be their next meal.
Join Marilyn Jones on an exploration of some of the world's most unusual buildings and their furnishings.