To many in 21st century, the presidency of Benjamin Harrison, one of the last of the 19th century, seems like ancient history. Elected to the nation’s top political office in 1888, Harrison remains the only president from the state of Indiana (he was born in 1833 in North Bend, Ohio, but moved to Indianapolis in 1854).
A new display at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in Dallas focuses on the former president’s relationships with world leaders.
What is there to see and do in Atlanta? From historic sites to museums to cultural landmarks, there are dozens of places in Atlanta worth seeing.
For many, Atlanta is a connection point on a flight, rather than a destination, but the capital of Georgia — and the southeast, for that matter — is so much more. While a large and sprawling area, it is possible to take in the city’s must-see attractions in a few short days.
While there are plenty of beaches on the island and Curacao is known for its scuba diving, there is much more than just sand and sun on this Caribbean hotspot that is worth exploring.
Facebook asked me to tell the world the places I’ve visited. I am sure this isn’t what they had in mind.
The Washington Monument will reopen to visitors on May 12, nearly three years after the famed structure was damaged by an earthquake, the National Park Service said this week.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razakon Monday said Malaysia Airlines flight 370 “ended” in the southern Indian Ocean, according to varied media reports.
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Wherever your travels take you, be sure to scout a beer brewed locally.