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Castles give taste of life in Middle Ages

For centuries, Great Britain's castles were the literal and political high points of their communities. Designed to keep people out, today these formidable structures are wide open to visitors and appreciated for their romantic allure.
Peak experiences await you year-round in Innsbruck

Peak experiences await you year-round in Innsbruck

Former Olympic city has lively nightlife, thanks to a large student population

Epic togetherness

Peru's Machu Picchu meets the demanding tastes of a young traveller

Cruise line's combination river trips take you from Amsterdam to Nice

Land tours can include family visits, vineyards, or a Formula One track

United flight attendant sets world record

A flight attendant is landing in the Guinness World Records book after spending 63 years moving about the cabin.

Coho offers day-trip deals to Port Angeles

Make the most of your summer with day trip packages to Port Angeles starting at $39 with the MV Coho. Packages include the Port Angeles Micro-Brew Pub Crawler, the Loonie Shopper, Underground Heritage Tour and the Adventurer.
There's relief from Sydney's high prices

There's relief from Sydney's high prices

Ahh, Sydney. The stunning sand and surf. The weird and wonderful wildlife. The positively eye-popping prices.

Indy hotel displays prints by Picasso

An Indianapolis hotel is inviting the public to see more than two dozen prints by Pablo Picasso that span the Spanish artist's career. The Sept. 7-Oct. 14 exhibit at the Conrad Indianapolis will feature 25 prints Picasso made between 1905 and 1968.
Brussels, through surrealists' eyes

Brussels, through surrealists' eyes

Floating men in bowler hats don't dot the sky in Brussels, but the city is full of references to surrealist painters and poets such as René Magritte and Paul Delvaux, who lived and worked here.

Public transport saves you time, cash

Europe's public-transportation systems are so good that many urban Europeans go through life never learning to drive. Their wheels are trains, subways, trams, and buses (plus the occasional taxi).
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