National Geographic - Leslie Trew Magraw
Nov. 19, 1863—A hatless Abraham Lincoln steps onto a rough-hewn dais amidst a crush of onlookers to deliver “a few appropriate remarks” to consecrate America’s bloodiest battlefield and the still-fresh
BBC Travel - By Chris McGinnis
A weaker Australian dollar is making it easier for international visitors to reserve a hotel room with a prized water view or to snag a table in a top restaurant. Australia is one of the few countries
Canada's wildlife is as varied as its landscapes. Take a look at its furry and feathered inhabitants.
Outside Magazine - Graham Averill
First, the DJ starts playing. Then the bats come out. It could be a coincidence, or it could be that bats like electronica. The graffiti artists definitely don’t like the music; they clear the dance floor
Maui has received a fair amount of bad press this year. After an unprecedented spike in shark attacks this year, including one which led to the death …
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