Elk Island National Park is one of the best places to see the northern lights in Canada. Battling mosquitoes, this intrepid photographer shoots a dazzling photo!
The Louvre Museum has a tradition of allowing artists to learn by painting the masterpieces. Sometimes they catch your attention more than the original art.
The quetzal may be the most beautiful of the birds of Costa Rica. But dive-bombing pelicans, shy toucans and mangrove hawks are amazing to see too.
Gdansk, Poland, is not just shipyards and the birthplace of modern Europe’s anti-communist movement. Gdansk Old Town is a colorful medieval center – and very pretty!
The land of immortality – and gems. The golden land, for its pagodas and sunsets. Photos of Myanmar monks and our memories remind us of this special land.
Very traditional, Cafe Tacuba restaurant is a charming eatery in a colonial-era building – worth seeking out when in Mexico City (reasonably priced too).
Queen Victoria loved it. So did Brahms. Germany’s spa town, Baden-Baden, was the summer capital of Europe. And it’s still beautiful (think luxury, music and elegant spas).
Tiny Trogir has no canals. Never mind. It’s still nicknamed “Little Venice.” If you visit Croatia, try to see the medieval fairy tale town of Trogir.
The glittering gold Shwesandaw Pagoda in Pyay, Myanmar, is even bigger than Yangon’s famous Shwedagon Pagoda. It’s less touristy too.
The people of Myanmar (Burma) are so warm and lovely! Here are some of our photos of the people of Myanmar – the little monks stole our hearts.
Do you like to take pictures of people when you travel? We do. These photos of smiling faces around the globe bring back happy memories of some of our trips.
Luna Rooftop Tapas Bar nails the rooftop bar experience in San Miguel de Allende. On top of the deluxe Rosewood hotel, it’s the best place for stupendous sunset views of the city.
If you’re in Istanbul craving raki and mezzes at a cheerfully noisy meyhane, or you just want a few good travel pics, duck into Cicek Pasaji – the Istanbul Flower Passage.
The muse of poets and writers, Venice is known as the “City of Bridges.” But who knew more than 400 bridges link Venice’s canals?
So you’ve walked the wall. And now it’s hot. Not to worry, there’s some great swimming in Dubrovnik. One of the best public beaches is a ten-minute walk up the road from the Old City.
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