A Smyrna, Ga., landmark has closed after 50 years of business. Howard’s Restaurant, which opened in 1964, was The Jonquil City’s oldest restaurant until its closure.
Paris city officials want lovers to snap a selfie rather than leave a padlock on one of the city’s famous bridges.
England is one of the great destinations for travelers. The country is home to some of the greatest tourist attractions, including stunning churches, prehistoric monuments and iconic structures instantly recognizable worldwide.
Visiting London has now become more captivating than ever with the arrival of two very innovative and useful mobile phone applications.
VisitLondon.com, the NSPCC and StudioCanal have announced the launch of The Paddington Trail. Designed by a host of artists, designers and celebrities, 50 Paddington Bear statues will be placed across the capital, taking in museums, parks, shops and landmarks in an exciting and inspiring trail, with a colourful, Paddington-inspired flavour.
No frills airline PEOPLExpress has returned to the skies. The low-budget airline shares the name, philosophy and logo of a carrier that went out of business 27 years ago.
The City of Brotherly Love holds a unique place in American history. It was here during the American Revolution that the Founding Fathers met and ultimately signed theDeclaration of Independence in 1776 and the Constitution in 1787. The city’s role in developing the country — and ultimately impacting the course of world history — cannot be overstated.
More than 760 people have been killed in air crashes during the first seven months of the year, the highest number since 2010. Yet, despite several high-profile crashes, including three within a week, involving commercial aircraft, 2014 doesn’t look to be the deadliest year on record, the numbers suggest.
Nearly 1,000 people have been killed in air crashes during the first seven months of the year, according to the Geneva-based Bureau of Aircraft Accidents Archives.
Long before the California gold rush, the North Georgia mountains were the site of the nation’s first gold rush. Dahlonega’s fortunes changed forever in 1828, nearly two decades before the famous California Gold Rush took place, when gold was discovered in the North Georgia mountains.