From Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck falling in love in Rome to Julia Roberts circling the globe to find herself, film has played an important role in shaping both the golden years and current day of travel. Thus, we present our newest series, Travel Movie Tuesday, where we detail the most inspiring travel films. Show More Summary
I had the honour of being invited to Berlin by BMW recently and they arranged for me to be shown the city by Christine Neder, a famous German travel blogger and author of Lilies Diary, as part of their #BMWstories campaign. Christine,...Show More Summary
Moyra Davey: Burn the Diaries, a book and exhibition, travel to the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia.
Ninja Theory team members travel to a British museum for a Viking exhibit, gathering ideas for the action title in the process.
WeCycle has launched a free app for iPhones (and soon Android devices) that automatically detects multiple modes of transport and crowdsources information about one’s travel patterns. With this app, cyclists will help make urban areas friendlier and safer. Show More Summary
Today we traveled to Neot Kedumium, the Biblical Landscape Reserve in Israel, a 600-acre plot of land near Tel Aviv's Ben-Gurion Airport that has been reclaimed from desert to land that produces many kinds of trees, plants, grains, olives, and fruit mentioned in the Bible. Show More Summary
We just finished the first day of our Christians in Solidarity with Israel tour sponsored by the National Religious Broadcasters. Our delegation flew here yesterday, arrived in Tel Aviv Monday morning, and traveled by minivan to Jerusalem.
Prachi posted a pic of herself from an upcoming shoot for India Today Travel Plus. What caught our attention was the Sailex maxi from the designer’s Summer/Resort collection that she had on. Now, we just have to wait and watch whether this pic makes the cover or is part of the editorial. Show More Summary
Metropolitan Diary: A writer stopped off at the bodega in her old neighborhood and reminisced about her wilder, carefree former life.
Noah Gardenswartz, a Jewish comedian, travelled to India to spend time with the local Jewish communities and documented what he learned for the web series
Travel deeper into the real Nepal to see how the treacherous location inspired Far Cry 4.
Imgur user kmcj22 shared this hilarious story titled Man without wife: "So my sister, myself and my mother left to travel overseas. We left my dad by himself. So he started a little freedom diary." Let this be a warning... Source: A...
Many brands claim to be homegrown and organic these days - but sometimes, you have to see it to believe it. So was the case for the recent trip I took to Provence, France. I went on behalf of the brand L'Occitane, which is based out of the South of France. Show More Summary
Over the next few months, I’ll be traveling back and forth from Philadelphia to New York for a curatorial fellowship. Each week, I’ll be reporting back on my findings at Art F City. This week, I visited the studio of ceramicist Sean Gerstley, who told me about his series of raku raccoons.
“I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read in the train.”
My second day at Terranea Resort, by Destination Hotels & Resorts started with a hazy view of the Pacific, but a restful Julia. I dragged my travel yoga mat to my balcony and worked on a few sun salutations to awaken my body after such a great sleep. As I looked out on the hazy view of [...]Show More Summary
Interested? Pre-order it today! Availability: July 2014. Travel through time and space with Doctor Who and these TARDIS Bookends! Looking for a place to keep your 500 Year Diary, River Song’s Journal and copy of Summer Falls? Then look no further! These TARDIS bookends are just the thing! Made of resin and featuring a TARDIS […]
The stadium outside Recife is so far away from the center of the city, it might as well be in East Rutherford. If the U.S. wins on Thursday, I’m fine with my travel plans.
Metropolitan Diary: After regaling his mother with accounts of his trips to sophisticated global spots, a man was confronted with a subway turnstile in Brooklyn.
Today the Royal Opera Arcade (ROA) Gallery opened Chang Fee Ming: A Traveller’s Diary (CLICK). This is the first solo show in London by self-taught Malaysian artist Chang Fee Ming, whose intricate watercolours of vanishing cultures are collectors' items. Show More Summary