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"When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life," said Samuel Johnson to his biographer, James Boswell in 1777, and nothing much has changed since then. The UK's capital is still one of the world's great metropolises, rich in history, innovation and extroversion. The pace is fast, but not New Yo...
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New York: Its imprint on the national self-image is indelible. For many, it is simply known as "the City," as if there is no other. They may be right: with world-class museums, skyscrapers, polyglot neighborhoods, crowded streets and style-setters from around the world, New York is the ultimate tab...
Paris has something for everyone--the explorer, the art lover, the historian, and gourmet and the romantic--and it is a magical place that mesmerizes visitors. Most who travel there plan repeat visits- not necessarily to see the same sights over and over, but just to be experience the much-loved ...
A mecca of tourist sites this is not, and the locals are just fine with that. The good country folk, eco-friendly bikers, artsy hipsters, mystic yoginis, and adorable young families prefer their events less crowded anyhow, as it lends to the strong community vibe. Many residents could fit into all t...
Chicago is a city of contradictions. On one hand it is a chic and sophisticated town, adorned with high-price restaurants, world-class museums and one of the best theater districts in the world. On the other hand, it is a city proud of its blue-collar traditions and ethnic enclaves. In th...
Some of the most important quotations in American history originated in Philadelphia: "We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal." "We the people, in order to form a more perfect union…" "Yo, Adrienne" When it comes to American histor...
Whether or not Mark Twain actually said: "The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco," the confounding weather does little to dampen the spirits of visitors or residents. Dress in layers and enjoy breathtaking views, world-class dining and shopping, and an air of tolerance reflect...
"In Bangkok at twelve o'clock they foam at the mouth and run, But mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun." Noel Coward certainly exaggerated about foaming at the mouth, but he was definitely right about the midday sun in tropical Bangkok. Even in what the Thais call the 'cool season' tempe...
A little bit Yukon, a little bit LA, the Emerald City dominates the northwest notch of America's Left Coast. Famous for coffee, airplanes and hi-tech - plus "Grey's Anatomy" - Seattle is home to 600,000-odd inhabitants who generally care more about snow-pack than stock options and society galas. Her...
Pugnacious and lyrical, Ireland's capital is for many people the embodiment of the country. On the banks of the River Liffey, the city holds a wealth of attractions, most within walking distance of each other, all a mirror on an enduring past. Witness the vestiges of the Viking town, Anglo-Norman ar...
Diversity is a key characteristic of Los Angeles and to experience this visit Downtown. Urbanization has hit a pinnacle as LA's Downtown area has exploded with newly built and refurbished concert halls, theaters, restaurants, and hotels. With renowned structures like the Walt Disney Concert Hall,...
Sitting on the short of Lake Ontario on the same latitude as northern California, with glittering towers and a futuristic skyline, Toronto is Canada's largest city and the economic hub of the country. In the downtown core you can escape the heat or cold by using the 27km (16 mile) underground PATH ...
The capital of a wildly diverse country, Delhi is a blend of so many curries that the flavor becomes a bit indistinct. But the spice remains. It's a fine first nibble of the sensory overload that is India. The striking colors get lost in tans and grays, the thumping rhythms of a wedding party are a ...
"You cheer my hearts, who build as if Rome would be eternal" said Emperor Augustus, who found a city of brick and left behind one of marble. The Romans have been quarrying, remodeling and draping it in wet laundry ever since. Fellini reigns supreme in this historic epicenter, always two steps from b...
The former capital of the Holy Roman Empire, also once the home to the powerful Hapsburg Dynasty and the center of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, is no longer a political powerhouse, but the capital of Austria still hums with diplomatic activity as officials from United Nations organizations like UNID...
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