The solution to this past week's travel puzzle is Gandhi Smriti -- the home in New Delhi where Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated.
In historic Vicksburg, the Duff Green Mansion, host to both Jefferson Davis and Ulysses S. Grant, serves as both living history and a bed-and-breakfast.
A small village in the mountains above Lake Maggiore traces its roots to Scottish mercenaries who wintered there in 1525 and never went home.
A walk down the Champs-Elysées, Paris is a memorable experience.
A time capsule from 1861, when the Civil War stopped construction, Longwood tells the story of a nation in conflict and a family caught in the middle.
Spain may be ready to undo the Franco-era decision to share a time zone with Germany rather than England...and it may bring even more change with it.
Cuba's fleet of classic American cars is legendary, and as with most legends, the truth is actually more interesting than the shiny story.
This unremarkable parking lot sits atop a very remarkable piece of history...the Fuhrerbunker.
Situated in the Khumbu region of Nepal, surrounded by the beautiful Himalayan mountains, this Buddhist monastery is half way point to the Everest Base Camp.
Copenhagen's colorful Nyhavn waterfront, once a fearsome rough-and-tumble redlight district, has become a popular spot for tourists and locals.
JonathanL shares why Union Square is one his favorite places to come to in NYC and shares the many interesting aspects of the park.
Havana, off-limits to most Americans for half a century, is a city in the midst of big changes, whose ultimate direction is not yet all that clear.
Kingtikitaki shows us the largest remaining Byzantine cistern in Istanbul
This week Gumbo traveled to Folsom CA.
The Lincoln Memorial is featured as we approach the US holiday of "President's Day".