The saying “You can’t go home again” isn’t true in the age of Airbnb and VRBO. Feeling nostalgic? You just might be able to stay in your old home and take a trip down memory lane. That’s what I did last summer.
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How can you not fall in love with this whimsical sculpture of a girl in…
He just wanted to win Yard of the Month. Pearl Fryer got a lot more recognition than that for the 3-acre topiary garden he created in Bishopville, South Carolina.
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Take a break from 3D reality and step into the trippy world of 2D at the 2D Bubble Tea Cafe in Malaysia, where you get a side order of optical illusions with your bubble tea. The entire multi-room cafe is covered in handdrawn murals and shapes in black and white.
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While you may think of camping sites, lodges and cabins for park accommodations, some offer lodging a bit more out-of-the box. We recently stayed in a 1970s barrel cabin in Unicoi State Park in North Georgia, so named because it’s shaped like a giant barrel.
I’m not sure I’m passionate enough about anything to dedicate my entire home to it.…
Tired of mowing his grass, John Milkovisch began laying mosaic pieces, rocks and metal in concrete in his backyard in Houston in 1968. After the yard was covered, he turned to the exterior of his home.
Get your teeth cleaned, wash your dog, get your hair cut and even visit the chiropractor – all at Iowa 80 Truckstop, the largest truck stop in the world.
The most exotic thing I ever traveled with was hot chocolate squares on a stick. TSA dusted them claiming they looked like little bombs.
The massive banyan tree in the center of Lahaina on Maui is a beloved gathering spot for locals and a favorite photo op for visitors.