England's Somerset County: Alluring City Of Bath by Patrice Raplee

The entire city of Bath, England, is listed as a world heritage site, not only for the Roman baths but for the remarkable Georgian architecture and Bath Abbey as well. Moreover, global travelers visit Bath year-round to explore its history, museums, cuisine, soak in the Thermae Bath Spa and relax in the sumptuous surroundings. Historic Bath England.

Hands On New Mexico: Creating art in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Taos by Neala McCarten

New Mexico may be one of the USA's least known states but its laid-back, quirky, and artistic vibe draws visitors and new residents. Part of being artistic destination is not only a host of galleries, and street art (although New Mexico has both) but being able to experience art first hand, by creating it.

Seven Secrets of Chennai: More than South India's cultural capital by Shobha Sriram

Ever heard of hanging gardens of hot Chennai? Neither had I, despite living most of my life in the south Indian metropolis. But all that was to change when Meri again stepped into the city this winter. Read about the Secrets of Chennai.

Surprising Winter Park Florida: An art-filled, food-filled charming town by Neala McCarten

I loved Winter Park as soon as I saw its tree-lined streets, historic train station, shops and restaurants. But that wasn't the reason I visited this not-quite-suburb of Orlando. I went to see the Morse Museum with its extensive collection of Tiffany art and found so much more to love in Winter Park.

Exploring Cuba Through Dance (and a bit of baseball) by Carrie Seidman

As I boarded the plane at Havana's Jose Marti Airport to return to Tampa after a week-long stay in Cuba I felt pulled in two directions. Part of me couldn't wait to sit down to go to the bathroom, run on a level sidewalk and breath something other than exhaust-filled air. But the other part wanted never to leave this enchanting island, where music and dance are inextricably woven into the fabric of daily life. In Cuba the pace is unhurried and the people are as warm as the humid air.

The Harsh Legacy of Grytviken, Antarctica by Dave G. Houser

Grytviken: A marvel of whale-slaughtering efficiency at its zenith between the two World Wars, Grytviken whaling station could process up to 25 whales, averaging 60 -70 feet long, in 24 hours. Closed for nearly five decades, Antarctica's first whaling station is a rusting reminder of environmental irresponsibility...and a haunting memorial to both hunter and hunted.


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Paradise in the Atlantic

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Gorgeous Landscapes, and Cosmopolitan Cities

Mexico

Mexico Will Surprise You

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Egypt and the Middle East

Dolphins in Oman to New Testament in Israel

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Temples of the Nile and safaris in the Bush

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Although the events consisting of lectures, exhibits, and concerts have been held in the Moab all year, there's still time to join the celebration and the culmination with the re-dedication ceremony of Canyonlands National Park on Friday September 12, 2014 in the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park. But there's plenty of ways to celebrate

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TripAdvisor ®, the world's largest travel site*, today announced the top 10 space-themed attractions in the U.S. and its space tourism survey of more than 2,200 U.S. respondents. Read more about America's Favorite Space Attractions

Read more at http://www.offbeattravel.com/tji-warsaw-poland-new-happenings-museums.html Warsaw Poland: New Museums, Changing Cityscape

After its destruction in WWII and the Cold War, Warsaw is now well on its way to being an exciting European capital and major tourism destination. The city knows how to enjoy itself, and newly restored districts feature top hospitality, retail and culture. Museums keep opening in Warsaw, focusing on history, and art.

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