Rome restaurants ready for visitors, but things will be a little different
As Italy opens up to its residents, Europe and eventually the rest of the world, businesses in Rome are trying to figure out how to navigate an Eternal City without the daily traffic of tourists and full offices. The centro storico, Rome’s historic center, has long relied on tourism to support many of its restaurant and food services.
Eberbach Monastery winery in the hills near the Rhine has thrived since the Middle Ages
Attempt to find portion of Glan-Blies bike trail between France, Germany results in frustration, determination
‘Rug flops’ make for a colorful social event in Bahrain
Get an up-close look at a working gem site at Steinkaulenberg mine near Baumholder