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Car makes euro travelling much easier

There's plenty to know before you drive a car in Europe, where road signs, fuel names and hidden traffic cameras can be intimidating to tourists. But driving in Europe is really only a problem for those who make it one.
City by the bay a movie buff's paradise

City by the bay a movie buff's paradise

Hollywood North abounds in iconic landmarks featured in many films

Big apple residents still big on dining out: survey

New Yorkers are eating out at the same clip as recent years, but they're spending less in restaurants and ordering fewer take-out meals, according to the new Zagat restaurant survey.

Open-top double-decker tour-bus service launches in new orleans

The bright red open-top double-decker tour buses seen all over New York, London and Paris are coming to New Orleans. City Sightseeing New Orleans has launched the new service, which will operate daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Electric scooters make hop to taxis

The Hopper aims to fill the gaps in Amsterdam's public transit

Dublin delights

City works its Irish charm and offers plenty of cultural bargains to boot

Panama cruises offer plenty of choices

Ah memories, how they seem to flow without any sense of order as time passes. Panama Canal history - was that junior or senior high? I'm not sure and it doesn't matter, but we did take a course on the Canal's history.

That's the spirit: make procrastinators pay

Low-cost, no-frills U.S. airline wants passengers to pay earlier, pay more

Condé Nast to open Dubai café

Vogue's fash-ion-loving fans will soon have a chance to drink in the magazine's aura at a new café in Dubai.

Mariners set sail, built fortunes from ancient Spanish seaport

Not as famous as other cities in southern Spain such as Seville, Granada and Cordoba, and not as frequented by foreign tourists, the coastal fortress city of Cadiz is one of the country's most attractive destinations, boasting a history of almost leg