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November 6, 2016

Regular city buses let you explore a city and give you insight into its culture in ways that tour buses or even rental cars can’t — and for a lot less money. Embedded in an SFGate article about where residents would like to see new subway lines built in San Francisco (yes, there are folks [&.../ ➝

June 23, 2013

The good, the bad and the bizarre in the world of travel VENICE v. THE CRUISE MONSTERS Venice has always been a photographer’s dream, but over the last decade or so, we’ve seen images out of the Italian lagoon city that can’t help but jar you, like the one above — that of mas.../ ➝

December 12, 2010

THE WORLD AS YOUR CLASSROOM The more you travel, the more you want to learn — and vice versa. We all have our fantasies. I’ve had this one for years: Take America’s mothball fleet of naval transport ships out of mothballs, rebuild/refurbish them and convert them into floating high .../ ➝

October 2, 2010

In Mexico, the abduction of 22 Mexican tourists has sets off alarms nationwide, while Washington is set to issue a terror alert for Americans traveling in Europe. But all may not be as it appears. So which do you want first, the bad news or the scary news? The bad news comes from just south [&hellip.../ ➝