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Innkeepers share their favorite fall drives in Minnesota
If ever there was a year to head out in search of autumn's distinctive rainbow, this is it.
Dark side of the City of Light: the Paris sewer museum
Forget Versailles, the Eiffel Tower and French fashion. Head to the Musee des Egouts, aka the Sewer Museum.
Nose for style: Paris launches major perfume museum
The floral scents wafted into the 19th-century Parisian courtyard earlier this month outside the launch of famed French perfumer Fragonard's first flagship perfume museum.
Mysterious holloways of Dorset, England
Dorset is one of England's often overlooked gems: rolling countryside, ancient thatched-roof villages, the birthplace of 19th-century novelist Thomas Hardy and a sea that breaks on a World Heritage Site coastline. But if you ask me, the county's most startling treasure is its least-known: holloways.
Foreign students study abroad at Oaklawn Academy in Edgerton
The Catholic boarding school nestled on the northwestern shores of Lake Koshkonong is a significant change of scenery from where its students grew up.
A cruise, a suitcase and 49 days in limbo
In this story, the cruise line is the hero, not the villain.
Faster onboard Wi-Fi may be coming to airlines soon
Next year, Gogo, which provides in-flight Wi-Fi for more than 70 percent of the nation's airlines, plans to launch a satellite-based Wi-Fi system that can offer speeds of up to 70 megabits per second.
National Parks reaching out to kids, families
If your family includes a fourth-grader, you've got your ticket to the national parks for this year. The annual pass, which would otherwise cost a family $80 (unless the family includes a senior citizen or member of the military) is the latest in the National Park Service's efforts to introduce a new generation to all that is amazing about the 401-park system.
Summer travel season winds to close at Denali park
Summer travel is winding down at Denali National Park and Preserve, ending the season that sees the vast majority of visitors to this largely wild place.
Off the Yucatan Peninsula, tourists snorkel with whale sharks
About a decade ago, Yucatan fishermen discovered that whale sharks were congregating in the warm waters off the coast. Big, graceful and toothless, the sharks soon became the perfect tourism attraction.
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