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See Them Before They Disappear – Grande Galerie de L’Évolution in Paris, France

A visit to Paris, France doesn't have to be all about delicious éclairs and macarons. It can also be an incredible learning opportunity for your mind, not just your tastebuds. The Grande Galerie de L'Évolution (or the Grand Hall of Evolution) is part... Continue Reading →

Going Behind the Scenes Under the Sea – Monterey Bay Aquarium in Monterey, California

The Monterey Bay Aquarium first opened its doors on October 20, 1984. Decades later, more than 35,000 creatures call the aquarium home. Over the past 30 plus years the aquarium has helped inspire thousands of people to care about conservation of the ocean... Continue Reading →

Here Kitty Kitty – Banjaar Tola in Kanha National Park, India

The second day I saw a tiger I cried and had to stop shooting photos with my camera. It wasn't the first time I locked my eyes on Link 7 Male. Even though his name doesn't exactly evoke (human) lady lust or sexy leading man appeal, the... Continue Reading →

An Ace Up Your Sleeve – The Museum of Playing Cards (Museo de Naipes) in Old Havana (Habana Vieja), Cuba

If you're heading to Havana (or Habana as the locals refer to it), chances are high that you'll stroll through Old Havana's (Habana Vieja's) four historic plazas. Plaza Vieja (Old Square) is the crown jewel of the four plazas since it is... Continue Reading →

Learn to Fly – Rio Hang Gliding in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is filled with beautiful views. On a pristine blue bird sky kind of a day, it's tough to imagine any statue being more photogenic than Mount Corcovado's Cristo Redentor (Christ the Redeemer) with its arms outstretched... Continue Reading →

Lots of Love – Nokken’s Tiny Houses in Copenhagen, Denmark

When you head to Copenhagen, the allure of certain neighborhoods is tough to resist. There's freewheeling Christiania, Copenhagen’s semi-autonomous commune which is known for its liberal culture...     ...and at the opposite end of the spectrum lie Nyhavn's prim brightly colored houses which top nearly every... Continue Reading →

Car Heaven – The Blackhawk Automotive Museum in Danville, California

Lately rain has been drenching California. With the soaking it's natural to want to discover dry places that offer kids and adults alike a respite from huddling in at home. Life-size Matchbox cars to the rescue. The roadside relics and classic... Continue Reading →

Shrines to the Weird and Wacky – Hundreds of Bras, A Flip Flop Fence and a Teakettle Collection – Three Quirky Tourist Attractions You Can Visit Around the Globe

At a cocktail party you're liable to bump into someone who has seen Big Ben or visited the Eiffel Tower, but you probably won't find many folks who've stood beside the Bra Fence or snapped a picture of the Teakettle Junction shrine.... Continue Reading →

A Cactus Christmas – Ethel M Chocolates in Las Vegas, Nevada

Succulent isn't typically a word that you associate with Christmas, but Ethel M Chocolates is prickling Old Saint Nick's holiday.     Throughout the year the chocolatier's front yard nurtures four acres worth of prickly pears, cacti and other succulents.... Continue Reading →

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