No April Fooling today: this is one of the strangest museum exhibits PHeymont has seen. It's at Chile's National History Museum on Plaza de Armas.
In one of Santiago, Chile's most popular parks, this 1925 funicular leads to the top—and to a false impression that it's much, much older!
A sleepless night and a drive at 3 am lead to the creation of this wonderful skyline photo of Pierre's home city of Calgary.
On a cold winter's day, the view of the Manhattan Skyline from the Staten Island Ferry is a beautiful sight. And best of all, it's free.
Paul Hunter shares a few images from the annual carol service at Stokesley in North Yorkshire, with the Bilsdale Silver Band.
Colorful trees? Yes, indeed. George G shares this display from Northern Italy.
There are few experiences more exhilarating than staring at the primal forces of nature. Grand Escapes shares wonderful photos and memories of visiting the lava lake of Erta Ale In the Danakil Depression
After several stays in the area, PHeymont tracks down the backstory of this unusual building in Paris.
To paraphrase an old sign: Take nothing but pictures...leave nothing but shadows. Here, two travelers (PHeymont and JHeymont) share a moment with the Roman pavements of Pompeii, in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius.
Don't let the name fool you. This family friendly arts & crafts gift shop should be rated "A" for Awesome.
Sometimes we forget that our home towns are someone else's touring destination... Here, Samantha welcomes us to her home town!
Ho Chi Minh City up close and personal: Marilyn Jones tours the city on a 3-wheel bike.
Travel Rob shares the spectacular and free to visit, St. Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal in Montreal.
After a snowfall in early January, Jonathan L found that the statues in Bryant Park and at the NY Public Library had a more festive look.
A day trip, and a world away from low-lying Santiago, the Andes are among the world's most spectacular peaks.