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Kristina Makeeva, 29, is a photographer from Moscow, Russia, who is known for her fantasy-like images. The artist ventured to rooftops and took rides in the balloons to get the perfect shots.
In 2016, more than 24 million passengers sailed on cruise ships around the world. That number is expected to rise again this year, passing the staggering plateau of 25 million people who will choose b
Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo, France's foreign minister and an American cinema luminary pushed back at U.S. President Donald Trump for insulting the City of Light on Friday in a speech. Trump evoked his
A tour in Lower Manhattan on a cold winter day is a somber and empowering course in the history of slavery — and the fight against it.
The intersection of Water and Wall Streets was once home to New York City’s first slave market.
A stop on the NYC Slavery and the Underground Railroad Tour.
Visitors on the NYC Slavery and the Underground Railroad Tour.
There are only traces of Underground Railroad history at Prospect Bluff and Fort Mose. But their stories are impossible to forget.
Escaped slaves and Native Americans created a thriving community in the Florida Panhandle, but hundreds were killed when U.S. forces attacked it in 1816. Here’s their story.
Slaves fleeing the American South established new lives in Canada. Three noteworthy museums tell of their struggles and triumphs.
As fugitive slaves made their way to freedom in Canada, they stopped in Detroit, where visits to churches today illuminate the hardships they endured.
The Heinz History Center and the F. Julius LeMoyne House document Pittsburgh’s role in the Underground Railroad, but some sites, sadly, are gone.
John Parker, a former slave, was a daring conductor on the Underground Railroad. His home in Ripley, Ohio, helps to tell his story.
It has been a grand ski season so far this winter with the fun times carrying on in the days ahead and most likely well into spring. A series of low-pressure disturbances and a cool air mass will mov
HALIFAX - Nova Scotia says the province's tourism industry continued a steady upswing in fortunes in 2016 It says 2.2 million visitors came to the province — that's up eight per cent, or about 170,00
From the surreal panic of flight attendants being thrown around to the eerie calm of helpless fliers, travellers have shared tales of the most turbulent flights they’ve ever been on, on US-site Quor
TAORMINA, Italy - Italy still needs to build two helicopter landing pads and repave miles of road, but a top government official promised Friday that everything will be ready for the May 26-27 G-7 sum
“Stop!” my wife and I shout in unison. We’ve been on the lookout for a deserted beach on which to romp and there it appears, fronted by turquoise Caribbean waters, topped with glist
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada still plans to launch recreational marijuana sales in July despite warnings this week of a federal crackdown by the administration of President Donald Trump, state off
Jimmy Fallon fans can request tickets for the tapings of “The Tonight Show” at Universal Studios set for early April. Of course, requesting tickets is not the same as securing them. Fallon will produc
Avoid the craziness of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and get a low fare with a $168 Southwest round-trip flight to Dallas’ Love Field from LAX. The fare, subject to availability, is for
Avoid the craziness of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and get a low fare with a $168 Southwest round-trip flight to Dallas’ Love Field from LAX. The fare, subject to availability, is for
From a luxury hideaway in the Philippines to a nature reserve in New Zealand, tourism company Kuoni has surveyed 303 experts and 2,000 travellers to reveal the world’s best secret beaches.
The aerial image of the Italian Amalfi Coast, taken by renowned beach photographer Eugene Tan, was installed at the bottom of Bondi Icebergs swimming pool in Sydney.
After being battered by above-average rain this winter, California’s coastal Highway 1 remains temporarily closed in several places roughly between Ragged Point and Carmel. That’s bad news for any
Part of “Moonlight” was shot in Jimmy’s Eastside Diner in Miami. Scenic spots around Los Angeles featured in “La La Land” included the Griffith Observatory. Other real places seen in movies include P
The Mint 400 is a 400-mile off-road race along a loop extending from the California-Nevada state line near Primm, Nev., to the outskirts of Las Vegas. It takes place March 4 this year, all along a
A lucky traveller, Ciara Flynn from Dublin, has won the job of her dreams after beating 75,000 applicants to become the official Instagrammer for Royal Caribbean.
The RMS Titanic, which sank in 1912, has been brought back to life in full-colour images that shed a new light on the iconic ship, which struck an iceberg on its maiden voyage.
Jeroen Bosman, 33, and Hedwig Wiebes, 31, sold their Amsterdam apartment and everything they owned to a purchase a 32-year-old Volkswagen van – designed for chasing adventures.
The park’s nearly 33,000 acres include waterfalls, forests, rolling hills and farmlands.        
The Biltmore Hotel, with its Mediterranean architecture and classic Italian, Moorish and Spanish influences, opened in 1926.        
Although barely out of office, there’s a growing wave of nostalgia for the nation’s first African-American president.        
Jane, 31, a business consultant based in New York, reveals to MailOnline Travel how she's mastered pick-up techniques tailored around her jet set lifestyle.

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