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Ottawa, Canada’s capital, is a quiet, unassuming city with a quiet elegance and lots to do, especially for families. We invite you to sit back and listen to this sound-rich Audio PostCard from Ottawa.
Bed and Breakfasts Make a Come Back: What’s the Appeal? Not so long ago we reported on the study that most travelers avoided Bed and Breakfasts as a destination or place to stay. The reasons primarily had to do with … Continue reading
Dublin, Ireland’s, Hugh Lane Gallery is one of the art world’s small, exceptional museum gems. It’s home to the best and brightest of Ireland’s modern art collection, and features the actual studio of Francis Bacon, clearly one of Ireland’s greatest … Continue reading
Americans Lack Geographic Literacy: Can’t Find New York on a Map It’s not a reassuring picture. The 2006 Roper Public Affairs-National Geographic Literacy Study revealed that Americans between the ages of 18-24 have a poor grasp of “geographic skills and … Continue reading
From From Kaleel It’s part of travel’s enduring mythology: The American tourist, unable to manage even a few sentences in any language other than English, and oblivious to the culture and traditions of other countries. The unflattering image of the … Continue reading