With fantastic street art, walkable historic neighborhoods, a great local beer scene, and fantastic food made by friendly people, Cali, Colombia, has it all.
As usual, Mike picked the perfect hotel for us to explore the city on foot. We stayed at the delightful Hotel Eurobuilding and used that as our home base for a 10-miles-a-day walking tour of Buenos Aires.
“I’m having a going-away party tomorrow,” said the Australian woman we’d just met. “You should come.” Her goodbye was our hello to an international collection of expat friends who now called Darwin home.
Food is love. And, boy, do we love each other! We celebrated Valentine's Day in Bali with a food tour of Seminyak's trendiest restaurants. It was a disaster.
I will eat just about anything. Grilled pig intestines, haggis bon bons, and crispy duck heads have all graced my plate on this around-the-world adventure, along with all manner of stinky cheeses, blood sausages, and liver patés. But I finally …
In Kyoto, we were delightfully assaulted by color, smell, taste, sound, and sight of all kinds, both historic and modern.
Combining modern architecture with elaborate traditional buildings, Beijing is the third-most populous city in the world. Its 21.5 million residents live and work among hundreds of ancient temples, pagodas, and even a Forbidden City. Join us for a 10-mile walking …
Whether it's old-fashioned or new-fangled, Christmas is everywhere in Hong Kong and Macau.
A 10-day cruise was a fun and relaxing way to see several new Mediterranean destinations, including Malta, Crete, and Sicily, while getting to sleep in the same bed every night.
Between its architecture and its art, Rome is one of the most-visited cities on the planet. In fact, it's the third-most visited city in Europe after London and Paris. And it's been a destination for travelers for centuries.