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See a patial list of our travel blog articles featuring places in North America below. For the complete blog archives list please visit our Archives page.

Alaska Cruise
Alaska: Musk Ox
Alaskan Interior
Alaska Marine Highway
Alaska Railway
Alaska Small Ship Cruise
Alaska Whale Watching
Amelia Island, FL
Arizona Cowboy College
Atlanta, Idaho
Austin, Texas
Avila Beach, CA
Baja California Sur
Baja Wine Country, Mexico
Big Bear Lake, CA
British Columbia Tea
California Coast
Cambria & Paso Robles
Canadian Cities
Canadian Rockies
Canadian Winter
Catalina Island
Central Coast, California
Charlevoix, Quebec
Cherokee Nation
Chincoteague & Assateague
Claremont, CA
Columbia River
Costa Rica
Costa Rica Cloud Forest
Cozumel, Mexico
Death Valley Pupfish
Denali National Park
Dominican Republic
Douglas Complex Fire, OR
Eastern Washington
Fairbanks, Alaska
French Canada Cruise
Glacier Peak, WA
Grand del Mar
Guadalajara, Mexico
Hana Highway, Hawaii
Hawaii Big Island
Honolulu, Hawaii
Inland Northwest
Juneau, Alaska
Kaua'i 1; Kaua'i 2
Key West
Kona, Hawaii
La Cantera, San Antonio, TX
Laguna Beach
Laguna Beach Images
Lahaina, Hawaii
Lake Charles, Louisiana
Lanai. Hawaii
La Paz, Mexico
Las Alamandas, Mexico
Las Vegas
Lewis & Clark Expedition
Lexington, Kentucky
Mammoth Mountain
Maui, Hawaii
Mohonk Mountain House
Molokai, Hawaii
Monterey Bay
Montreal Tea
Morongo Resort
Myrtle Beach
Napa Valley
New Brunswick
New Hampshire
New Mexico
New Mexico Images
New Orleans
New York
North Cascades, WA
North Dakota Blizzard
Northern Washington State
Nova Scotia
Oceanside, CA
Orange County
Oregon Coast
Olympia, WA
Olympic Peninsula, WA
Oxnard, CA
Palm Springs Aerial Tram
Palouse Scenic Byway
Pasadena, CA
Paso Robles, CA
Pismo Beach, CA
Playa del Carmen, Mexico
Prince Rupert/Digby Island
Prudhoe Bay, Canadian Arctic
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Queen Charlotte Islands
Redondo Beach
Rhode Island
Richmond, BC
Riverside, CA
Riviera Maya, Mexico
Route 66
Samish Island, WA
San Diego
San Francisco
San Luis Obispo, CA
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Santa Monica, CA
Sedona, Arizona
Seward Highway, Alaska
Sitka, Alaska
Skagway, Alaska
Sonoma, CA
South Texas
St. Lawrence River, Canada
St. Louis, MO
Sun Valley, ID
Taos, New Mexico
Texas Bull Riding
Texas Wine Country
Tongass, Alaska
Ventura, CA
Victoria, BC
Virginia Skydiving
Waco, Texas
Washington D.C: Newseum
Western Canada
Whistler, B.C.

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Alcala, Spain
Aran Islands, Ireland
Arnhem, Holland
Assisi, Italy
Augsburg, Germany
Baltic Sea Nations
Basel. Switzerland
Beira, Portugal
Bertha Benz Route, Germany
Bled, Slovenia
Brno, Czech Republic
Bruges, Leiden and Dijon
Burgundy, France
Castelluccio di Norcia, Italy
Champagne and Lorraine
Champagne Country, France
Civita di Bagnoregio, Italy
Consuegra, Spain
Cotswolds, England
County Cork, Ireland
Crete, Greece
Czech Republic
Czech Republic Slideshow
Dolomites, Italy
Eastern Mediterranean
Erfurt, Germany
Europe by Train
Europe's Churches
Europe's Statues
Fairytale Road, Germany
Flanders, Belgium
Galicia, Spain
German Wine Tours
Germany (Bach)
Germany (small towns)
Germany (4 big cities)
Germany's Great Cities Giverny, France
Graubunden, Switzerland
Graz, Austria
Heroes of Britain
Heroes of Europe
Holland River Cruise
Iceland 1; Iceland 2; Iceland 3
Innsbruck, Austria
Ireland Return
Ireland Tour 1; Ireland Tour 2
Ireland Vacation
Ischia Island, Italy
Kos Island, Greece
Lake Como, Italy
La Mancha, Spain
Lisbon, Portugal
Libourne, SW France
Liverpool, England
Loch Ness, Scotland
London Tea
London Tour Part 1
London Tour Part 2
London Tour Part 3
London Tour Part 4
Lorraine, France
Lucerne, Switzerland
Madrid Tapas
Mediterranean Cruise
Meuse-Argonne, France
Montagne, SW France
Montpellier, France
Moscow & St, Petersburg
Nidwalden, Switzerland
Norcia, Umbria, Italy
Normandy Beaches, France
Normandy, France
Northern Italy
North Wales Railway
Norwegian Arctic
Norwegian Fjords
Offbeat Germany
Off the Beaten Path Europe
Orvieto, Italy
Oslo, Bergen & Trondheim
Perugia, Italy
Piovene Rocchette, Italy
Pittormie Castle, Scotland
Pointe du Hoc, Normandy
Port Meirion, North Wales
Prague, Czech Republic
Provence, France
Pyla-sur-Mer, SW France
Rail Europe
Rhodes Island, Greece
Riviera di Ulisse, Italy
Rome 1; Rome 2
Rouen, France
Saint-Émilion, SW France
Salzburg, Austria
Saxony, Germany
Scotland 1; Scotland 2
Southern England
Southern France
Southern Italy
Spain (Edible Books)
Spello, Italy
Stockholm, Sweden
St. Petersburg
Sutri, Lazio, Italy
The Ritz, London
Toledo, Spain
Tuscany and Umbria
Valencia, Spain
Vatican Museums
Vicenza, Italy
Vienna 1; Vienna 2
Yaroslavl, Russia
Yorkminster, England

TravelingBoy's 3 things About Monaco
...we didn't know about

What are some of the “things” or activities that the people of Monaco do for fun?

location map and flag of Monaco

This installment of THREE THINGS is courtesy of Camille Cussac, PR & Communications Manager, Monaco Government Tourist Office.

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Tom Weber's travel blog/review
Bohemian Rhapsody: A Warrior, Wine and Residents of Wien (Dispatch #11)

opera singers performing at the Auersperg Palace

The Palladian Traveler crosses into Austria for a marathon day that involves an imprisoned king, a winery and a world-class city famous for its music, namesake sausage and psychoanalysis, as he files dispatch #11 in the Bohemian Rhapsody series.

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Greg Aragon's travel blog/review
Exploring in Style with a New LederMann Leather Gear Bag

LederMann leather gear bag

I travel a lot and I need luggage that can keep up with me. And when it comes to a bag that I can carry every day, I recently found a great one. It's the Leather Briefcase Gear Bag by LederMann. From a dusty trail to a business meeting or dinner party, this classy, Western-styled piece is always welcome and appropriate.

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Guest Contributor's travel blog/review
37 Above 60, Part I: You're Going Where?
By Adam Sholder

Stumblebum Spruces on the Yukon River Valley

When I told people about my plans for a summer camping trip a few years back, the response was almost invariably, "Why?" It wasn’t an unfair question to ask, as my camping trip was a solo journey that took me deep into the Arctic. Beginning in Canada’s Yukon Territory, or “Above 60” as it’s known to the locals (the Territory begins as 60 degrees latitude), I traveled about 800 miles further north on the globe, to the very shores of the Arctic Ocean.

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Tom Weber's travel blog/review
Bohemian Rhapsody: The Keys to a Fairytale Named Český Krumlov (Dispatch #10)

co-owner Marco Pisoni at the Fratelli Pisoni Winery

The Palladian Traveler takes you inside Chateau Český Krumlov, a 300+ room castle in the Czech Republic, for his tenth dispatch filed under Bohemian Rhapsody.

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Greg Aragon's travel blog/review
A Picture Perfect Getaway to Laguna Beach

writer with Choctaw horses
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then how can one describe the spectacle of the Pageant of the Masters? The answer is that it can't truly be described; it must be seen in person to fully appreciate its magnificence.

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Bev Cohn's travel blog
Northern Ireland: The Land of Castles, Legends & Myths
(PART 2)

Mount Stewart

In Part 1, which covered Days 1 and 2 of this amazing journey through Northern Ireland, we explored Carrickfergus Castle; had a fabulous meal at the beautiful French Rooms at Bushmills and visited Glenarm Castle. We explored the ancient Giant's Causeway with its scientific, as well as mythological, explanations of its formation; wandered through the ruins of Dunluce Castle. Could Days 3 and 4 get any better? Read on and you'll see.

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Tom Weber's travel blog/review
Bohemian Rhapsody: Prague's Iconic Watering Hole (Dispatch #9)

co-owner Marco Pisoni at the Fratelli Pisoni Winery

In his ninth dispatch filed under Bohemian Rhapsody, the Palladian Traveler goes inside a Prague beer hall-restaurant to sample some foamy dark lager that's been brewed on the premises since 1499.

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Tim Mattox's travel article
Justin Johnson: 'Roots from the Road'

Justin Johnson

The first thing you notice when walking down the street in Clarksdale, Mississippi is the music. Sound is pulsating from every business, restaurant, garage, storefront and coffee shop. It's probably to be expected at this time of year, after all we're in the cradle of the blues, at the Crossroads and Clarksdale's 9th annual Caravan Music Fest. Rounding the corner on Delta Ave. there's a distinctive metallic slide blues emanating from the Cat Head Delta Blues and Folk Art Store.

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Bev Cohn's travel blog
Northern Ireland: The Land of Castles, Legends & Myths
(PART 1)

Carrickfergus Castle in County Antrim

How lucky can one travel writer be? I'll tell you how lucky. I was the only American journalist invited on a recent press trip to Northern Ireland. The select group of writers flew in from all over the world including, India, South Africa, Sweden, Holland, and Germany. This opportunity was especially exciting since I had already been to the Republic of Ireland on three previous trips. Exploring Belfast, and the surrounding towns, was a new experience...

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John Clayton's travel blog/review
"Marvelous Monaco" – By Helicopter!

aerial view of Monaco
What "images" appear in your mind about Monaco? To me it's stunning, multimillion homes, lush tropical shrubbery, and glamorous gambling casinos with equally beautiful, ultra-wealthy people. I was sure there was also a fairy tale Mediterranean harbor overflowing with multimillion dollar yachts and huge luxurious motor boats – all of which made me think Monaco is into the stratosphere of luxury and riches, it's far beyond the reach of the "normal tourist." Wow, was I wrong.

Tom Weber's travel blog/review
Bohemian Rhapsody: Inside Prague's Jewish Quarter (Dispatch #8)


The Palladian Traveler enters the darkest period of Prague's recent past as he tours the Jewish Quarter in this the eighth dispatch of the Bohemian Rhapsody travel series.

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Richard Carroll's travel blog/review
Grand Canyon's Timeless Gift

Grand Canyon
Expectations are high upon boarding the history-laden Grand Canyon train in Williams, Arizona in the heart of the Kaibab National Forest. Recognized as the "Gateway to the Grand Canyon," the town has the character of Route 66, the Old West, and a 1940s movie set where a straight shot of whiskey, scuffed boots, and a battered guitar set the mood. The Williams depot, hosting Grand Canyon travelers since 1908, is the classic launch point for the 65-mile, two-hour journey to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.

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Fyllis Hockman's travel blog/review
Historic St. Mary's County: Where the Colonists are Still Minding the Farm

inside Historic St. Mary's County
Rebecca, an indentured servant, has only been at the plantation for two months, and already she has mastered the skills of milking, cooking, gardening and tending to the animals... The Captain of the Dove, the ship that brought her from England, explains the intricacies of determining longitude and latitude in 1634... Plantation owner Godiah Spray worries about the back rent his tenant farmer owes him...

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Richard Frisbie's travel blog/review
One of the Largest Organic Farms in Spain: Hacienda Zorita

servings at Hacienda Zorita's restaurant
On a recent journey along the the Ruta de Santa Teresa in Castilla y Leon, Spain, to celebrate St. Teresa's 500th birthday, I detoured for a bit to indulge another passion of mine: the Farm-to-Table movement. Located just a half hour or so outside of Salamanca is a company-run nearly 800 acre facility pioneering in natural and organic farming in Spain.

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Bev Cohn's travel blog
Mark Ruffalo Interview: Life As An Actor At Home and The Psychological Challenges of Acting

Mark Ruffalo
Any time you mention Mark Ruffalo's name to anyone, the response is always, "He seems like a really nice guy;" or "He seems so genuine and not full of himself;" or "I love his acting;" or "I really love that guy." And so it goes. Those responses are consistent and I'm pleased to tell you that yes, he is all those things.

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Tom Weber's travel blog/review
Bohemian Rhapsody: High Noon in Prague's Old Town Square (Dispatch #7)


It's a race against a centuries-old timepiece as the Palladian Traveler hustles his way along the cobble of Prague's historic center in this seventh dispatch filed under Bohemian Rhapsody.

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Tim Mattox's travel article
Bob Corritore: The Phoenix Rising Son

Tim Mattox with Bob Corritore
Bob Corritore is a busy guy and you get an immediate sense he wouldn't want it any other way. Less than 24 hours ago, Corritore was onstage at the Blues Music Awards in Memphis playing in front of more than 1500 blues fans. Today he's in Clarksdale, MS. sitting in with Diunna Greenleaf and a host of other blues artists at a benefit for the late 'Pinetop' Perkins.

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Ed Boitano's travel blog/review
Norway's Fjords: God's Gift to the World

The Geirangerfjord
With its jagged mountain peaks that jolt vertically from the sea, stunning waterways, cascading waterfalls, tiny fishing villages and mountain farmhouses, the fjords of Norway would be my pick for the most beautiful place on the planet. I'm not exactly going out on a limb when I say this. Two of Norway's fjords, the Geirangerfjord and Nærøyfjord, have joined the Great Wall of China, the pyramids of Egypt, and the Grand Canyon as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Samoa Air Introduces 'XL Class' for Larger Passengers

Samoa Air, the world's first airline to charge people according to their weight rather than by seat, is introducing a special "XL class" to cater for larger passengers. The Pacific national airline is creating a wider row on its aircrafts for passengers who weigh more than 286 pounds. Samoa has one of the world's highest rates of obesity. The XL row would be extended by 12 to 14 inches.

Airlines Look to Reduce Congestion in Overcrowded Loungess

Delta has increased fees 54% in a bid to reduce congestion in busy airport lounges. Next year, United plans to restrict lounge access to passengers with same-day boarding passes, keeping those on overnight trips out of lounges.


American Airlines to Begin Offering Charter Flights from L.A. to Havana
Courtesy Jenny Luna

American Airlines announced that it will offer charter flights from Los Angeles to Havana starting in December. It will be the first flight from the West Coast to Cuba since Cuba and the United States restored diplomatic relations last month. According to the Wall Street Journal, the Obama administration is negotiating with Cuba to allow scheduled commercial flights between the two countries by year’s end, despite a travel ban imposed by Congress.

Film Tourism

The Association of Film Commissioners International is hosting their annual Cinepoisum conference in Barcelona, Spain on September 24-26. The theme is Film Tourism.

At this year’s summit film commissioners and tourism bureaus from around the globe will provide examples of their revenue increases, advertising value and the “social” buzz yielded as a result of incorporating Film Tourism into their destination marketing strategies.

Experience the Magic of Myanmar

Join Legendary Adventurer Richard Bangs on an Exclusive Itinerary to this Magical Land.


Winning Bid for Alaska Brings Adventure Travel World Summit to North America in 2016

The ATTA is pleased to announce that next year's Adventure Travel World Summit will be held in Anchorage, Alaska. It's a big event that deserves to be hosted by a big destination.


Global Passenger Traffic Continues Along Growth Path with Increase of 5% in H1 2015; Air Freight Volumes Show Signs of Subdued Growth

Global passenger traffic increased by 4.2% year over year for the month of June while international and domestic traffic posted growth rates of 5% and 3.6% respectively. Air freight volumes showed more modest growth for the month of June at 2.1% year over year. International freight experienced weakness as volumes inched up by only 0.9%, whereas domestic freight traffic increased by 4.8%. Considering the economic uncertainty from the Greek debt crisis and the geopolitical risks stemming from ongoing events in Ukraine, the Middle East and West Africa, air travel has remained relatively resilient in the first half of 2015.

Tourism Development Moves Forward on Aruba
Courtesy Gay Nagle Myers

To succeed as a tourist destination, each Caribbean country banks on the support of the government, hotel partners, investors, developers, the airport authority, businesses and friendly locals.


Online Bookings Are on the Rise

Consumers who shop for travel deals with mobile devices are helping travel sites, airlines and hotels close more bookings. The conversion rate for airline desktop websites increased 2%, even as website visitor numbers declined, last year. For hotels it increased 17%, while for online travel agencies it grew 7%.


List: Best Hubs for Layovers Worldwide

Singapore's Changi Airport, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Hong Kong International Airport and South Korea's Incheon International are among the world's best for layovers.


2 for 1 Cruise Fares plus Free Airfare from Oceania Cruises

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The Seduction of Mary Wells

Historical fiction by Steve Bergsman now available.


Dear Heather

Dear Heather: My husband passed away and I'm really depressed. Please help.

I'm sorry to hear of your loss. When my dear Sig left me I wrote a letter to him. It helped me release some of the grief. I have been writing him ever since.


How to Travel to Cuba Legally from the U.S.
Courtesy Anne Banas, SmarterTravel Staff

As we all know, legal travel to Cuba is now possible. However, you'll face its complexities before you ever land in Havana. Here's the latest on what you need to know for planning a trip (at least for the moment).


JetBlue Schools Flyers on Boarding Etiquette
Courtesy Tim Winship


Watch the Video Cruising Copenhagen

Here you can see a tiny bit of all that Copenhagen has to offer with your own eyes.


The Power of Nature with Fjord Tours

Let Fjord Tours show you Norway’s magical fjords, mountains, waterfalls, ideal for activities like kayaking, hiking, glacier walking, bicycling and much more.


Savor Some of Friendly Planet’s Popular Tours and Save Up to $300

Indulge in a taste of some of the world's most exotic destinations without breaking the bank. Explore ancient ruins in Turkey, experience the fascinating culture of Thailand, or spot the "Big 5" on safari in South Africa.


How to Help Victims of the Nepal Earthquake

Seven Unique Cuba Tours
Courtesy Christine Sarkis, SmarterTravel Staff


Last-Minute Airfare Deals

Find the latest last-minute Web fares for flights departing from within the United States and Canada.


The Best Place to Find Cheap Flights

Compare prices on 400+ airlines and travel sites, including Expedia, Orbitz, Travelocity, Priceline and more and find the best bargain..


Random Acts of Canine Kindness


Cedric the Dog takes a well-earned break after organizing a protest at an Alabama puppy mill.

Together in Spirit – The Best Friends Animal Society

At the core of Best Friends' work is the dream that one day animals will no longer be killed in America's shelters.


Dog Quotations

Essential Items You Must Pack in Carry-On Luggage

  • Prescription Medications
  • Documentation of Travel Plans
  • Cash & Currency Equivalents
  • Electronics & Other Valuables

The three worst airports for arrivals, with delays exceeding 20 minutes, are Newark, LaGuardia, and O'Hare; JFK is close at 19 minutes.

Deb's poetry break

Let Me Travel
One More Mile
By Anoop Kumar

Traveling on this grassless road
I am feeling alone
Although I have travel on this before
but today there is something different
So let me Travel one more Mile

May be because I have no one to travel with
searching for the face that matches
with the copy in my heart
Standing in folk but feeling alone
So let me Travel one more Mile

Many kissers around me
but Kissed by none
And look…… I found someone and I smiled
But I lost her like sand from my fist
So let me Travel one more Mile

Talkers talking around me
with costly and shoddy voice
Enjoying companies without any attention on me
but still searching the face smiling for me
So let me Travel one more Mile

Spoting that twisted stone under the tree
I recognised I end where I start
but again after thinking something
I traveled again in search of someone in my life
So let me Travel one more Mile.

Send Deb your favorite travel poems.

Airbus: Worst Airplane Seat Ever

Airbus filed a patent for what will be the least comfortable airplane seat in the sky. The new design features saddle-like seats that can fold up when not in use. Gone are cushions, padded armrests, tray tables and personal space: The new seating plan, of course, would allow airlines to cram more passengers into the limited space of the cabin.

Airlines with the Most Extra Fees
Courtesy SmarterTravel

The airlines call them ancillary revenues. Travelers call it nickel-and-diming. By whatever name, the dizzying array of fees that airlines now impose for everything from checked bags to carry-on bags to seat selection to ticket reissues is big business.


Airlines Are Making Big Bucks!

Several major airlines are reporting big profits.


5 Things Travel Has Taught Me

The staff at Twenty-Something Travel write about 5 things they’ve learned from travel.


Operation Homefront

A national nonprofit, Operation Homefront leads more than 4,500 volunteers with nationwide presence who provide emergency and other financial assistance to the families of service members and wounded warriors.


7 Frequent-Flyer Tricks Worth Learning

Master the art of earning miles, attaining elite status, and working the system to earn free flights and other perks.


Traveling Boy Recipe Travel recipe of the month

Lazy Person's Creamy Prosciutto Cotto Arrosto Pasta

The cooked and roasted Italian ham – Prosciutto Cotto Arrosto – is a key ingredient in this Lazy Person recipe that's sure to provide you with a "fork full of Heaven" in each and every bite. And even better, this recipe takes less than 15-minutes to prepare, plate and get underway.

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Maracaibo, Venezuela
Amazon Adventure
Amazon Jungle
Costa Rica Cloud Forest
Peru 1; Peru 2
Peru's Amazon

Camiguin Island, Philippines
Caramoan, Philippines
China Photos
Corregidor Island
Emirates Airlines
Ha Long Bay, Vietnam
Iligan City, Philippines
Japan 1; Japan 2
Jalalabad, Afghanistan
Jalalabad Photos
Kabul, Afghanistan
Kabul Photos 1; Kabul Photos 2
Krabi, Thailand 1; Krabi, Thailand 2
Langkawi, Malaysia
Mumbai, India
Petra, Jordan
Philippine Dolphins
Qufu, China
Taj Mahal, India
Terra Cotta Warriors, China
Thailand 1; Thailand 2
Yangtze River, China

Namibia 1; Namibia 2; Namibia 3
Uganda 1; Uganda 2; Uganda 3

Aitutaki, Cook Islands
Indian Pacific Railway
Marquesa Islands
New South Wales, Australia
New Zealand
Stewart Island, New Zealand
Tahiti; Tahiti Photos

Antarctica Slideshow

Azamara Cruises
Azamara Baltic Sea Cruise
Allure of the Seas
Carnival Paradise Cruise
Oasis of the Seas;
River Cruise
SS Lane Victory
Three Value Cruises

4 Historic Hotels
Aviation Legend: The B17
Favorite Travel Photos
Feasting on Bugs and Grubs
Great Escape
Interesting Travel Photos: Questions
Interesting Travel Photos: Answers
Islands Part 1; Islands Part 2
Islands Part 3; Islands Part 4
Learning English
Queen Mary
River Cruise vs. Ocean Cruise
Spirits of the World
Soft Adventures
Travel Photography

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Traveling Blues Features (partial list) – blues aficionado Tim Mattox writes about the blues:
Honeyboy Edwards
John Hammond
Field Hollers
Eddie Vinson
Willie Dixon
Mark Hummel & the Blues Survivors
John Mayall
Lowell George (Little Feat)
BB King
Johnny Winter
Joe Bonamassa
Preston Smith
Rory Block
Mick Taylor
Dennis Jones
Rod Piazza
Buddy Guy
Pinetop Perkins
The Blues & Lives Well-Lived
Promise of the Real/Lukas Nelson
Jimmy Carl Black
Stephen Stills
Otis Rush
Little Walter
Johnny Otis
Kinsey, Perkins & Sumlin
Charlie Musselwhite
Phil Gates
JW Jones
Billy Watson
Kim Simmonds (Savoy Brown)
'Iceman' Albert Collins
Lightnin' Malcolm
Nathan James
The 44's
Anthony Gomes

Travel Humor (partial list) – a collection of jokes (with bits of travel adventures) from graphics artist Raoul Pascual:
Can You Get Married in Heaven?
3 Men, 3 Women and 3 Bears
Dangerous Snake
The Truth About Reindeer
Health Warning
Do You Want to be a Mermaid or a Whale?
Irish Jokes
Outback Half-Wit
Irish Millionaire
Laundry Man
Moses and the Red Sea
Two Norwegians
How the War Between Ireland and France was Averted
Jewish Haikus
Italian Profiling
The Middle Wife
Welsh Holiday
Alberta Snow
Complete and Finished
Alzheimer's Test
Fairy Tale
Agricultural Inspector
News from Libya
Chinese Food
Baby Polar Bear
Spanish Delicacy
Mexican Jews
British Humor
A Chicken Walks Into a Bar
First Child
Irish Babes
Italian Golfer
Sleeping With Bob
The Crows of Massachusetts
Snow Parking
Hamburg Visits Los Angeles CA
Airplane Water Landing
Team Effort
Leviticus 20:13

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