Cosecha: Aruba's Finest Local Art and Craft Gallery

Cosecha: Aruba's Finest Local Art and Craft Gallery

Cosecha Monument Building — Photo courtesy of Cado De Lannoy Ever since Aruba’s downtown embellishment plan took off, the streetscape of Oranjestad has started to metamorphose into a vibrant and pulsing capital. With old monument buildings restored, tramcars roaming the...
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Float Your Boat at Bangkok's Festival of Lights

Float Your Boat at Bangkok's Festival of Lights

Getting ready to float at Loy Krathong — Photo courtesy of Dave Stamboulis  Bangkok, as well as much of Thailand, is renowned for its festivals, which often celebrate the seasons, tie in to the land and serve as a vital...
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The Venue Steals the Show at Charleston Gaillard Center

The Venue Steals the Show at Charleston Gaillard Center

This will be your special perspective from a seat at the Charleston Gaillard Center — Photo courtesy of Alison Massari / Charleston Gaillard Center Originally opened in 1968 as the Charleston Municipal Auditorium and Exhibition Hall, the Charleston Gaillard ...
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Artistic Revolution: London's Hayward Gallery Can Get Away with Anything

Artistic Revolution: London's Hayward Gallery Can Get Away with Anything

Hidden in shadows of the Southbank, Hayward Gallery has long been pushing London‘s artistic boundaries Hayward Gallery sits behind the Royal Festival Hall and the British Film Institute — Photo courtesy of Hayward Gallery Take a stroll along the Southb...
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Step Back in Time with a Visit to Kenwood House

Step Back in Time with a Visit to Kenwood House

It may be hard to believe that Hampstead Heath could get any better. It’s the most wonderful hideaway for Londoners, where you can tromp through foliage, picnic and dog-watch like no one’s watching. But not every new visitor knows about...
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Edinburgh Festival Theatre: Enjoy Ballet, Opera and More

Edinburgh Festival Theatre: Enjoy Ballet, Opera and More

Festival Theatre is one of the foremost venues in the city of Edinburgh. And although it’s primarily used for performances of ballet and opera, it regularly plays host to touring plays, musical events and a host of other live performances....
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Would You Fish for Sharks on the Space Coast?

Would You Fish for Sharks on the Space Coast?

One of the boats for Fired Up Fishing Charters — Photo courtesy of Fired Up Fishing Charters Chris Cameron knows where the sharks are. And he can bring you right to them on your next trip to the Space Coast in...
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Opera del Duomo Museum: Now in Its Best Light

Opera del Duomo Museum: Now in Its Best Light

After remaining behind closed doors for over three years, the Opera del Duomo Museum in Florence has reopened to the public.  The remodel not only offers a chance to display over 200 works of art in their best light, but it also features an...
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Ponce City Market: Where Community Is a Verb

Ponce City Market: Where Community Is a Verb

A magnificent example of Atlanta’s historical renovation efforts, this spot creates a community attraction from the largest brick building in the Southeast Ponce City Market stands prominently in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward neighborhood, linked directly ...
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Ocean Park: Hong Kong's Favorite Theme Park Gets Even Better

Ocean Park: Hong Kong's Favorite Theme Park Gets Even Better

Long, long before Disneyland set up shop on Lantau Island, Hong Kong had its own, homegrown theme park – Ocean Park – located on the south side of Hong Kong Island and overlooking the South China Sea. Hong Kongers who first came as...
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