The southern French city of Nimes has a host of sites and events within easy reach
for those who come to experience it and all that is within its realm. Here's two weeks of great day trips with
historic Nimes as your homebase
Written with a touch of humor, these rules are nonetheless serious.
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A leisurely tour through the unspoiled atmosphere of colonial Antigua is a feast for your senses. Combine well-preserved colonial buildings, pastel
coloured homes and cobblestone streets with the spontaneity of ferreting out undiscovered tourist treasures and you have the
UNESCO World Heritage Site that is Antigua Guatemala.
Several times a day, a gunfight breaks out in Grapevine Texas. This cheery town about 10 minutes northwest of the Dallas-Fort Worth airport isn't filled with violence, and these aren't actors pretending to
shoot one another on the streets. It's Nat Barrett and Willy Majors, animatronic outlaws circa 1890 who argue and finally battle it out high above the gathered crowds. But this friendly town also offers
an urban wine trail,
great art, historic trains, and healthy chocolate.
We're sitting at an outdoor cafe on the Alameda de Hercules, a broad tree-lined
boulevard in central Seville, Spain's fourth largest city and the capital of
Andalusia. Legend has it that Hercules discovered Seville and the Alameda is named
after that mythic hero. Hercules didn't, of course, but old stories die hard and Seville has parlayed the Greek hero,
or at least his name, into a tourist attraction. Read more about Hercules, Columbus, Alcazar and much more