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One of the great joys of having access to Masdar City is to revel in its design and spectacular architecture.
Key to enjoying the Gulf in Abu Dhabi is taking a walk along the Corniche, and even hopping on a bicycle, if possible.
Visiting the African Penguins in Cape Town earlier this year was a touching way to end my trip to South Africa.
Al Hamra, Oman, a village still showcasing homes up to 400 years old, makes for a fantastic stop, even if you only have half an hour.
A visit to Oman would not be complete with at least a half day at Nizwa Fort, about a two-hour drive from Muscat.
About 150 miles (240 kilometers) from Muscat, Jebel Shams in Oman is well worth a day trip or a couple nights if you love camping.
Air travel comfort is still a challenge to those of us who don't have the points or status and are stuck in coach: and the seats are not getting smaller.
In a region known for excess and bombast, Muscat stands out as an oasis of calm and sanity in a large part because of its architecture.
New York City is in a battle with AirBnB.com over the collaborative site’s popularity within the five boroughs.
As one get settled in the United Arab Emirates, he or she is in a country that seems to be a 24/7 construction zone. Roads going no where are not uncommon.
One highlight during my trip to India earlier this year was my visit to Jantar Mantar in Delhi.
One thing I miss most about Fresno is its architecturally rich and occasionally vibrant downtown. One example is the Pacific Southwest Building.