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Tax day is here, and you're probably excited...but not because you love sifting through receipts and credit card statements.
Every newlywed couple wants their honeymoon to be as romantic as possible, but not all just-married pairs want to jet off to the usual suspects like Paris or Venice.
Father-of-two Stephen Baker will tackle a four-day cycle ride from London to Paris to raise money for his youngest son Ollie, who needs an operation to help him walk.
The Louvre is at once spectacular and intimidating, and for art novices, the sheer size of its collection may even induce anxiety.
A group of 25 boys and girls varsity players left for Milan on Wednesday and will mix business with pleasure on the trip set up by Harvard Sports Tours.
The next morning, as my wife and 11-year-old son slept in, I walked through the quiet and narrow calli, or waterside streets, to meet my teacher.
The Vespa has been a style icon since the 1950s and the release this month of its latest model confirms it has lost little of its lustre, says Nick Duerden Without wishing to disrespect Jack Dee, there can't be many things the British comedian has in common with the late, great, American actor Gregory Peck.
When your plans lead to Rome, one of the most quintessential travel destinations, you can unpack your bags in a turn-of-the-century palace at the top of the Spanish Steps .
This article explores Rome , Italy, which placed 2nd on the top 25 world destination list .
If you've ever been to Paris, you know how beautiful the cobblestone streets are, how decadent the food is, and also what it's like to ride to the top of the Eiffel Tower with a pounding headache and the overwhelming desire to ignore all the magic and romance, go back to the hotel room, and just sleep.
Get beyond the Duomo cathedral and you'll discover Milan offers an experience of Italy that sometimes feels very un-Italian.
WOULD WOOD COULD SPEAK: The writing desk used by Elizabeth Barrett Browning as she worked on her poems in Italy is on display in the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections at Princeton University Library.
In Detour B, Salt Lake father/son team Connor, left, and Dave O'Leary, right, must make their way to the legendary Colosseum in Rome, change into gladiator costumes, and steer a horse and chariot around a timed race course in order to receive the next clue, on the All-Star edition of "The Amazing Race," on Sunday, April 13. The seventh leg of "The ... (more)
French police have called for the 'systematic eviction' of Roma from the centre of tourist Paris - provoking outrage from charity groups.