Author John Freeman Gill takes Fodor’s on an urban safari.
A 26-year friendship that formed in a barber’s chair would later create an endearing Picasso museum in a small Spanish town.
I don’t mean to order you around, but these murals are pretty neat and you should probably look at them.
This giant art installation that stands over a long-dead woman’s memorial is officially the Frenchest thing ever.
Santa Fe will host its 93rd annual Burning of the Zozobra on September 1.
“In its decennial year, Summer Streets will allow us to once again give back some of our most important public space – our streets – to the public with car-free surroundings and rest stops that will be bigger and more entertaining than ever.”
Six artists, two RV’s, and sometimes a dog named Yuki.
The city’s most famous buildings are works of art in themselves.
From rugged hikes around volcanic craters on La Palma to kitesurfing, windsurfing or diving on Fuerteventura—or perhaps just lazing about on the beaches of Gran Canaria—these islands offer a diversity of recreational fun and Spanish culture. Yet the Canaries weren’t always in the hands of the mighty Spanish.
Seattle is the birthplace of many things: grunge, Jimi Hendrix, Boeing, and Amazon.