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Long a bustling working port city, today the capital of Provence offers culture and cuisine along with its fabled history For many years, Marseille was synonymous with crime, the drug trade and »

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2014 marks the centenary of the start of the First World War. Here, Vivian Vassos shares, in the first part of a four-part series, how England remembers Part I: Imperial War Museum, »

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page” ― Augustine of Hippo

Turn Back Time on Mackinac Island

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No need to worry about galloping gas prices on an island that literally runs on horsepower You might say Mackinac Island, Mi. conspires to escape the present — or maybe it’s more »

Summer Travel Trouble-Shooting

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It’s the season for sun, fun and adventure — and the challenges that go with summer travel. Here, how you can avoid the season’s hot-button issues While the “livin’ is easy,” travelling »