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Choo-choo! Board a vintage train and be transported through Somme Bay. More »

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Though Ibiza is best known for its frolicsome nightlife, Dalt Vila and its tranquil harbor pose a meditative alternative to  the party scene. More »

 

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It’s the heartbeat of Jackson Square and the Vieux Carre’s most recognizable landmark. As the centerpiece of the original settlement, the cathedral evokes the rich fabric of history that is New Orleans. More »

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Out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope. These singular words inform the design of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial. More »

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You won’t find any striped-shirted, singing gondolieri in Colmar’s Little Venice. Instead, riverboats — many bearing vegetables headed to market — navigate the elaborate canal system that gives the old town its nickname. More »

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Scientists predict that conditions in 2013 are ripe for sightings of the otherworldly northern lights. More »

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“Me first.” “No, I’m going first.” One, 2, 3, JUMP! How do these southern rockhopper penguins, who jump over obstacles instead of sliding around them like many penguin species, decide who jumps first? One of nature’s many little mysteries. More »

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Remember: Don’t feed the penguins. But you can ogle them all you want from the boardwalks that weave through the endangered penguin colony portion of the Boulders section of Table Mountain National Park. More »

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Raise a goblet to Irish history, lads. The 12th-century Malahide Castle, located 9 miles outside of Dublin in the seaside village of Malahide, has reopened its history-heavy doors after a 10.5-million-euro renovation and expansion. More »

Photography by Wolfgana Staudt, flickr

The towering facade of Rocher de la Baume, which translates as “Rock of the Balm,” hovers over the little French village of Sisteron as it has for the past 4,000 year.  More »

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