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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).

Non-traditional cruises sail to off-the-beaten-track ports

Carnival Splendor heads to South America as part of move from L.A. to New York
On Broadway

On Broadway

Al Pacino and Annie are just a few of the highlights in New York theatres this fall

Home in exotic locale could be yours

New TV series looks at wide range of properties, prices in 19 countries

Cairo rarely quiet, even in Ramadan

The ancient city of Cairo bustles with modern nightlife - and this is true even during the month-long fasting holiday of Ramadan. The long days may be quiet, locals say, but at night the city lights up with activity.
Restored Kinsol Trestle attracts visitors from afar

Restored Kinsol Trestle attracts visitors from afar

Structure built to haul timber is now part of Trans-Canada Trail
A trip for all tastes

A trip for all tastes

The city known as the Big Easy is changing, but tradition of fine dining remains

Rare, restored tank on display at war museum

A rare First World War-era tank has gone on display at the Canadian War Museum after undergoing restoration.
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