Saturday, July 4, 2015

Travel

SEATTLE (AP) - Race, identity and the masks people wear are the themes explored in a new exhibit of contemporary, multimedia art at the Seattle Art Museum.
BLOCK ISLAND, R.I. - As the ferry pulled away from its dock in New London, Conn., glided past the General Dynamics submarine manufacturing plant, and steered toward its destination, one of five alpha males on the top deck - already delighting in the $5 domestic drafts available onboard - put back his head and stretched out his arms, as only an alpha would.
FINALE LIGURE, Italy - It was a perfect Sunday afternoon by the sea. Kids kicked soccer balls around or raced their bikes across the cobblestones of the compact piazza. Three sides of the square had centuries-old pastel houses with painted shutters and ironwork balconies. The fourth side opened onto the Mediterranean and was framed by an ornate triumphal arch.
I spent my first semester of college in London making friends, traveling, and having all sorts of unexpected adventures, thanks to a program my university calls the First Year Study Abroad Experience. Lots of cool things happened, but my best story is the time my friend Sara and I got lost in Pompeii at night.
MIAMI BEACH - The Orthodox Jewish grandmother who founded and operated the World Erotic Art Museum here may be gone, but her shrine to the sensual, the steamy, the spicy, the salacious is still one of South Beach's cheekiest attractions. Its days (and nights), however, could be numbered.
During a monthlong European vacation, my husband and I made a detour to the Italian Alps to visit the world-famous "Iceman," Ötzi. There, we found the mummified, centuries-old Copper Age wanderer and much more - a delightfully surprising day among the dead and living.
During a monthlong European vacation, my husband and I made a detour to the Italian Alps to visit the world-famous "Iceman," Ötzi. There, we found the mummified, centuries-old Copper Age wanderer and much more - a delightfully surprising day among the dead and living.
If you want to explore the countryside in destinations such as Great Britain, Ireland, and Australia, you'll need to know how to drive on the left side of the road. With a little planning and practice, adapting is easy. Here are a few tips we've picked up:
NEW YORK (AP) - Tourists on holiday in Greece offered advice to others Monday: Bring extra euros.
 
In England, there will always be a pub
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