Tim Richards checks into a stylish hotel by the beach in Los Angeles.
Tim Richards fell into travel writing after living and teaching in Egypt and Poland. He’s a light packing obsessive, and is especially drawn to the former communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
Situated upstairs behind business class, premium economy proves to be a very much more comfortable jump up from than economy.
Whether you're looking for dumplings, coffee or music, hit up these six laneways for a bit of culture that's unique to Melbourne.
Confusion reigns when it comes to finding the crossing that graced the famous Beatles album cover.
There are secrets beneath the surface you may not notice, unless you look closely.
"It's easier to list those American writers who didn't drink and write in the Village, and that's basically Emily Dickinson."
NSW has six, Victoria just one. So what are Australia's 19 World Heritage sites and why are they important?
Blame The Brady Bunch. Australians are under the impression that Halloween's an American thing. We're way off.
A mountain resort set in the midst of an Omani food bowl provides a luxurious experience for its guests.
If you think Welsh food doesn't extend much beyond Welsh rarebit and leeks, you're not alone.
Germany's most-visited attraction collides with pop art in Cologne.
Getting to the airport in Australia can cost as much as a flight. Here are sneaky ways to save on the trip.
Museums are reflecting an awakened interest in the Las Vegas' backstory.
Even in the world's worst cities, some people still have First World problems.
America's natural landscape is home to the history of its people, writes Tim Richards.