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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.

Charming villages suspended in time

Glittering sea frames Cinque Terre, a world heritage site

Alsace a blend of two great societies

Alsace is France with a German accent. Its unique mix of cultures offers enchanting cobbled villages, scenic vineyards, gourmet cuisine and art that is as vibrant as the medieval day it was painted.
Old-world elegance mixes with avant-garde

Old-world elegance mixes with avant-garde

You'll encounter Basque culture with a hint of England in Bilbao

Amenities take a quantum leap on river cruisers

I have mentioned on more than one occasion that river cruising is growing faster than ocean cruising. Growing faster on a percentage basis, that is.

Priceline resurrects Shatner's Negotiator

William Shatner's Priceline Negotiator isn't a goner, after all. He just went surfing.

Ikea to launch chain of budget hotels in Europe

Best known for its budget flatpack furniture, Scandinavian retailer Ikea is planning to launch a chain of budget hotels in Europe.

Britain hopes for post-Games rush of visitors

British tourism officials wasted no time in trying to capitalize on the Olympic Games' closing ceremonies, seen by at least 300 million people around the world, according to organizers' estimates.

Web stream brings Alaska's brown bears to the people

A new video initiative is bringing the famed brown bears of Alaska's Katmai National Park directly to your computer or smartphone.