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Wide Open Spaces, Pacifica CA

Pacifica, meaning “peace” in Spanish lives up to its name.  If you’ve ever spent even just fifteen minutes in nature you know...

Leiper’s Fork Community & Natchez Trace Parkway, Franklin, TN

Just eight miles outside downtown Franklin is the quaint community of Leiper’s Fork.  Leiper’s Fork was settled in the late 1790s and...

PHOTOS: A Visit To Mendocino, California

Mendocino community garden by Hilary Solan. Mendocino, Calif.—When I’m on vacation and about to return home, I’m prone to becoming an intolerable...

COMMENTARY: Smithsonian Institute's Online Tours Aren't the Real Thing, but They're Close

Submarine Spitfire F. Mk. VIIc by cliff1066 As a kid, the first thing I did when I got to the Smithsonian was...

PHOTOS: Explore Abandoned America

What is it that makes abandoned places so intriguing? The rust, the peeling paint, the discarded remnants of elapsed lives—they are fascinating...

TIPS: SATW's Pointers for Great Travel Photos

California poppies by Mike Baird Looking to take shots worth bragging about? The Society of American Travel Writers, which includes our own...

PHOTOS: A Walking Tour of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Oak Park, Illinois

An early spring day at the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio, 951 Chicago Ave. Oak Park, Illinois. All photos by Hilary...

PHOTOS: A Trip to the Toledo Zoo

Move over, bunnies, during Easter weekend at the Toledo Zoo, some other animals were taking center stage. Rhinos, Bornean Orangutans, and a...

PHOTO: Grand Canyon At Sunset

Credit: Grand Canyon at Sunset by Katy Wodika, Rand McNally...

PHOTOS: Ski Season Awaits

Pictures taken this week at Jay Peak Resort Jay, Vt.—Gearing up for ski season? So are the people at Jay Peak Resort...