UNESCO World Heritage Site #187: Medina of Tétouan From the World Heritage inscription : Tétouan was of particular importance in the Islamic period, from the 8th century onwards, since it served as the main point of contact between Morocco and Andalusia. After the Reconquest, the town was rebuilt by Andalusian refugees who had been expelled by the Spanish. This is well illustrated by its art and architecture, which reveal clear Andalusian influence
Michelle Dunaj, the terminally ill passenger who claims TSA agents in Seattle-Tacoma International Airport botched her pat-down, drew a visceral reaction from travelers with the humiliating details of her screening.
UNESCO World Heritage Site #186: Cathedral, Alcázar and Archivo de Indias in Seville From the World Heritage inscription : Together the Cathedral, Alcázar and Archivo de Indias as a series, form a remarkable monumental complex in the heart of Seville. They perfectly epitomize the Spanish “Golden Age”, incorporating vestiges of Islamic culture, centuries of ecclesiastical power, royal sovereignty and the trading power that Spain acquired through its colonies in the New World. Founded in 1403 on the site of a former mosque, the Cathedral, built in Gothic and Renaissance style, covers seven centuries of history
This week’s guest is Alison Bing of Lonely Planet. Originally posted on the Everything Everywhere Travel Blog . How many countries have you been to
Princess Cruises unveils dramatic new deck features for its Royal Princess, including a glass-bottomed SeaWalk and Water and Light show.
Whether you’re a block from home or thousands of miles, we think you can see things with a traveler’s curiosity. And this new app agrees providing recommendations and interesting facts as you encounter them