Basilique du Sacré-Coeur de Montmartre, ParisBasilique du Sacré-Coeur de Montmartre, Paris
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Sacré-Coeur, Tour Eiffel & Seine Musicale, ParisSacré-Coeur, Tour Eiffel & Seine Musicale, Paris
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Durdle Door, DorsetDurdle Door, Dorset
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Depuis la Tour Saint-Jacques, ParisDepuis la Tour Saint-Jacques, Paris
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Goodnight MoonGoodnight Moon
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The historic center of Bruges / Spiegelrei 2017The historic center of Bruges / Spiegelrei 2017
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Blue Sky, Red Clouds (explored)Blue Sky, Red Clouds (explored)
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Overlooking Singapore SkylineOverlooking Singapore Skyline
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Power Plant VPower Plant V
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Intelligent Travel

  • Living Legends: The Mardi Gras Indians of New Orleans

    Living Legends: The Mardi Gras Indians of New OrleansI’m sitting in a cluttered workshop in New Orleans’ Central City neighborhood. Surrounding me are plastic containers filled with beads and rhinestones of about every hue imaginable, elaborate feather headdresses, glue guns, oversize spools of… 9 Mar 16, 9:43pm

  • When Travel Goes WrongSometimes bad things happen to good people when they're far away from home. That doesn't mean they have to ruin your trip. As Ken Budd reminds us, it's all about putting things in the proper perspective. 3 Mar 16, 6:32pm

  • Books That Will Make You Fall In Love With the WorldNational Geographic's travel literature expert, Don George, shares four books guaranteed to make you fall in love with the world (and itch to start planning your next trip). 2 Mar 16, 2:59pm

  • Grand Torino: Italy’s Aperitivo CapitalTo most of us, vermouth is the stuff you use to make a Martini. Or a Manhattan. Fair enough. But as many of us are rediscovering, vermouth is among the most versatile of cocktail ingredients. What’s more, it’s great straight. Vermouth’s ori… 29 Feb 16, 10:09pm

  • Beyond the Beach in Curaçao

    Beyond the Beach in CuraçaoSitting 40 miles off the Venezuelan coast, the Dutch Caribbean island of Curaçao stretches close to 40 miles itself, from north to south. And though most of the action happens at beachfront resorts and sandy expanses crowded with cruise ship pass… 26 Feb 16, 9:15pm

  • Local Flavor: Hot Chicken in Nashville“Hot chicken” is Nashville’s most famous dish. With two equally famous establishments in the city, Prince's Hot Chicken Shack and Hattie B's, residents love to argue who fries it best. 26 Feb 16, 8:34pm

  • A Perfect Day in Washington, D.C.I’ve lived in Washington for (gulp) 23 years—and something I’ve learned in all that time: This is one great city to visit. I recently had the honor of writing Nat Geo’s forthcoming book Walking Washington, D.C., and reveled in the chance t… 25 Feb 16, 10:40pm

  • The Art of Sacred Placement in San Miguel de AllendeA charming Spanish colonial city with a UNESCO World Heritage designation, San Miguel de Allende, located in the central highlands of Mexico, is a mecca for all manner of creative types. In a place where scores of art galleries cluster in and around… 24 Feb 16, 9:44pm

Europe a la Carte

  • Britannia Panopticon in GlasgowGlasgow’s Britannia Panopticon is the world’s oldest surviving music hall. It opened in the late 1850s. One of Britannia Panopticon’s claims to fame is that the sixteen year old Stan Laurel (of Laurel and Hardy) made this first stage appearanc… 10 days ago, 7 Dec 17, 5:34am

  • Visiting the Museu Nacional de Soares dos Reis in PortoI visited the Museu Nacional de Soares dos Reis in Porto on a Sunday when I thought that it was free to enter. It was rather embarassing as when I sauntered in, a member of staff came after me saying that I had to pay an admission fee. I turned out t… 14 days ago, 3 Dec 17, 5:07am

  • Booking a Hotel on the Expedia WebsiteI’ve been thinking about spending the night in Broughty Ferry, near Dundee in Scotland, for months. When I spotted the Fisherman’s Tavern, one of the most highly rated places to stay in Broughty Ferry, for only £34 for a Monday night for a twin… 20 days ago, 27 Nov 17, 5:33pm

  • Review of Elia Greek Resaurant GlasgowThe Elia Greek restaurant is located in Glasgow’s George Square. I had lunch there with our son Simon. The two course set menu cost £7 per person. Bread and olives were brought to our table. For starter, I had Taramasalata (cod roe dip). Simon had… 24 days ago, 23 Nov 17, 5:37am

  • The Scottish Colourists at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum GlasgowThere’s a permanent exhibition of the works of the Scottish Colourists at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow. Here are photos of some of my favourite paintings. Still Life – White Roses by Peploe Interior – The Orange Blind by Cadell… 31 days ago, 16 Nov 17, 5:56am

  • Hawaii: A Travel Guide Island-by-IslandIf you’ve never been to Hawaii you might be asking yourself which island you should visit. Each island has a little something different to offer depending on your interests. No matter where you end up, booking your stay in one of the many vacation… 36 days ago, 11 Nov 17, 11:46am

  • International Poster Exhibition 2017 at The Lighthouse GlasgowThe International Poster Exhibition is on at The Lighthouse in Glasgow until 25 November 2017. It’s part of the Graphic Design Festival Scotland. My favourite poster was one depicting Martin Luther King wearing a Trump-like baseball cap with the ca… 42 days ago, 5 Nov 17, 6:47pm

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