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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, »

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Off the beaten path. As the world marks the centennial of the First World War, we go back to where it all began. Here, a glimpse of the hospitable, newly rebuilt Sarajevo »

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 »

Cruising Europe: Saint-Emilion

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Western European ports of call on the Crystal Serenity: Saint-Emilion, France   A cruise is a wonderful thing: it allows you to unpack once, yet visit much more than just one place. »

Canada’s 6 Most Dramatic Destinations

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From coast to coast, we explore Canada’s natural marvels and some of the world’s most stunning sites. These six destinations that will take your breath away. Recently, travel review website TripAdvisor revealed »

Eight Things You Didn’t Know About Phoenix

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The Valley of the Sun is a large place: 20 smaller cities make up the sprawling region anchored by metropolitan Phoenix. There’s lots to do, although many people stick to the traditional »

True West: True Tucson

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THERE’S NO BACKDROP THAT SAYS DESERT quite like 100 square miles of towering saguaro cacti  By: Josephine Matyas & Craig Jones         Park ranger Jeff Wallner has seen changes over the years in »