Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Travel

NEW YORK (AP) - Even for a 1964 New York World's Fair that celebrated "The World of Tomorrow," Andy Warhol may have been ahead of his time.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - This picturesque state capital near the Chesapeake Bay is known for its history, sailing and seafood. Annapolis served as the capital of the United States for nine months in 1783 and 1784. The city also is known for its colleges - both the U.S. Naval Academy, and St. John's College, founded in 1696 as King William's School. The city's historical ambience is a big draw, as well as its restaurants, shops and taverns. Some of the city's main attractions can be visited for free. The quaint downtown layout over a compact area is better suited for pedestrians than cars, making it ideal for a walking tour.
The beautiful island sits off the coast of Africa and has beautiful beaches and a rich culture.
There's no such thing as a casual stroll through the streets of Paris with former Philly girl Karen Reb Rudel.
Songkran is Thailand's New Year celebration. It usually runs from April 13th-15th. Police often close off streets to car traffic for the celebrations, where people throw powder and water on others.
United States National Parks are some of the most heavily visited and traversed areas for visitors and vacationers. Each year, virtually millions of...
SAVANNAH, Ga. - In Gone With the Wind, Scarlett O'Hara, comparing Savannah and Charleston with the much younger city of Atlanta, called the older locales "aged grandmothers fanning themselves placidly in the sun." Today the two waterfront cities are among the South's most popular tourist destinations, attracting millions of visitors annually with their history, restaurants, and streetscapes.
It's that time of year again - the longer, warmer days of spring in our Northern Hemisphere, when the travel bug invades our daydreams and starts biting the two of us big time.
JERUSALEM (AP) - Jerusalem's bustling open-air Mahane Yehuda market offers a dizzying assault on the senses. Vendors compete with screams over the prices of their produce as the smell of spices and fresh fish wafts through the air.