If you were planning a drive to Charleston or Myrtle Beach or Hilton Head, S.C., and only saw Greenville as a place to fill your tank and empty your bladder, you might want to tweak your itinerary a bit.
I'm a fan of Lake Garda, Italy's largest lake. This year I tried out the smaller, little-known, little-visited Lake Iseo. And I learned that sometimes the road less traveled is less traveled for a reason.
A last-minute decision to climb Japan’s highest peak had me scrambling around Yokota Air Base in western Tokyo — from the Outdoor Recreation Center to the base’s Exchange store — preparing for the trip.
Happiness is a warm puppy to good ol’ Charlie Brown, but for “Peanuts” fans in Japan, happiness might be the world’s first Snoopy museum, which will host revolving exhibits over the next two and a half years.
Cora is worth the hour drive from Kaiserslautern, but only for food products and drinks. Its grocery section is more varied and international than any super Wal-Mart’s and most typical German food chains, with prices to match.
Let’s take a trip to Gut City. Name not appealing? Well, that’s the literal translation of Darmstadt, but that’s probably not the origin of this central German city’s name. It possibly was named after a medieval nobleman named Darmunde.