Gumbo was visiting the historic Cathedral of Stockholm's old city, Gamla Stan. The church is built immediately adjacent to the Royal Palace complex.
Professor Abe visits the covered bridge in Pavia, a spot favored by many, including Albert Einstein.
Ian Cook shares a series of beautiful series of photos and the interesting story of a Victorian estate in Northumberland.
The Templo de Santo Domingo was closed for earthquake repairs but the 2 museums in the adjacent ex-convento were open, including the Maya textile museum, much to PortMoresby’s delight.
Basel's Badischer Bahnhof is an architectural landmark with a quirky history.
DrFumblefinger shares images of buildings and gardens he found while wandering the streets south of Broad in historic Charleston.
PHeymont visits Scotland's oldest cathedral, a Gothic wonder with a significant back story
One of the best known bridges in the world, DrFumblefinger visits and shares the story behind the Bridge of Sighs.
In most hotels and motels, the bathroom is the corner space with no window and, hopefully, a noisy but effective ventilating fan. But, USA Today points out, for some hotels, it's a real room with a view. In a recent article with slideshow, the paper presents a gallery of 28 spectacular bathrooms with views on some of the world's most iconic landmarks. P.S.: if you plan to try any of these rooms...they're mostly in luxury hotels.
Professor Abe takes us on a loving tour of Bergamo, Italy and its food as well.
Long a beautiful sight from the outside, Johnstown Castle has now been opened to visitors.
In a move to reduce crowding and accommodate more visitors, the Taj Mahal is scheduling regular evening hours.
PHeymont enjoys a visit to the cloisters and gardens of Basel's cathedral.
In Koblenz, Germany, the ancient facade of the former Jesuit church conceals a stunning new sanctuary.
Grand Escapades shares some examples of the beautiful colonial cities you can find in Santander, northeast of Bogota.