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Historic San Juan a lasting gem

This travel article by Kenneth Bagnell appeared in The Hamilton Spectator.

“One’s destination,” said the 20th century’s most controversial novelist, Henry Miller — who was also a great traveller — “is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” 806 more words


Typical Spanish souvenirs in Madrid / Tiendas de regalos en Madrid

A bull / Un toro

Spain, gifts shops of Madrid

(La Latina, Santa Ana, Huertas, Sol, Madrid de Los Austrias)

by E.V.Pita


Tiendas de souvenirs en Madrid… 538 more words


The Underground: Exploring the secrets of Savannah

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) — Below Savannah’s streets is a series of cellars and tunnels. We know they’re there but very few records show why.

The city’s underground is surrounded by mystery and myth. 378 more words

Local News

Should Palm Beach County raise the hotel tourist tax to promote more tourism?

Just say no.

That’s the advice for Palm Beach County commissioners regarding a proposed increase in the tax on hotel rooms and home rentals of less than six months, or the so-called “bed tax.” 464 more words


Exploring the Wild West, One Rock at a Time

Field trip number two for the Structural Geology class was a many faceted experience that combined breathtaking views of the night sky, exhilarating expeditions through winding canyons, and a near-death experience or two on my part. 682 more words

Fall Term

190 years of Mexico City as Federal District and Capital of Mexico

In 1824, Congress in Mexico approved the creation of the Federal District and Mexico City became the Capital of the new Republic.