It's thought to be both the heaviest and the most expensive building in the world.
Kristie swapped life as a lawyer for the freedom and adventure of travel writing 20 years ago and has never looked back. Sydney-born, her commute home is a little longer now that she is based in New York City.
These establishments are dripping with old Hollywood panache.
Chiang Mai is a feast for the senses. But try to avoid visiting in March or April.
Wealth and power once dictated who could holiday at Jekyll Island Club.
An immersive museum in Savannah takes us back to the roaring – and restricted – 1920s.
The Neptune johnnycake – a strong contender for the title of the best thing you'll ever eat – has to be tasted to be believed.
On a day trip to the Teotihuacan pyramids, Kristie Kellahan is embraced by a Mexican family.
The city of nine million is sinking into a lake - which may explain why some of the city's top attractions are lopsided.
On a night out in Mexico's capital, the tequila flows and blows are thrown.
Don't agonise over whether to see the mighty Iguazu Falls from Brazil or Argentina – just do both.
Gold-standard accommodation and superior service on the Magnificent Mile.
French fries did not, in fact, originate in France.
Tango, shop and eat and your way around this cosmopolitan South American city that feels a little bit European.
Dress like a pineapple and learn how to samba like a pro on a backstage tour of Rio's famous carnival.
From jazz to comedy, baseball to the best restaurant in the US, here are 20 reasons to visit Chicago.