Presidential libraries give a big-picture story of US politics.
David Whitley is a freelance travel writer based in the UK. He has a taste for unusual experiences and oddities with a great story behind them.
One of the most popular tourist destinations on the planet can still hold a few surprises for first-timers.
Manchester is one of the world's great sporting cities, and a lot of that is down to Manchester United.
Most airports are named after the place they're sited, or a local dignitary. But there are some more unusual and debatable choices for names out there …
We're pretty blessed when ti comes to airlines, but there are some quality carriers that don't grace our shores.
Some commonly bought items turn out to be more trouble than they're worth.
This is the airport for you if you hate tedious terminal schleps.
While shiny new hotels can be great, they don't tend to have as much character as those that have taken something completely different and transformed it…
Liege goes from an opulent century-old merchant's house with leather wallpaper to meatballs and beer.
We can all fight about the best architectural style – Gothic? Neo-classical? Art deco? Bauhaus? – but deep down inside, we all know there's only one winner – buildings shaped like animals. And here are ten of the most magical.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is a bona fide Australian icon – up there with Uluru, the Opera House, the Great Barrier Reef and John Farnham's mullet. But it could have looked very different.
From the best drink to the best beach, here are 10 things to try in Rio de Janeiro.
That big delay on Jetstar or Ryanair not letting you take your bag on board pales into insignificance when compared with the horrors of some carriers around the world …
While it hasn't got the flight connections you might expect for Germany's second largest city, there are far worse airports in Germany to fly in and out of.
Here are the nine things you should not miss in Berlin.