I'm always interested in what the rest of the world is celebrating this time of year. Today Fodor's Travels answered that question!
This fabulous photo essay was authored by Amira El-Masaiti and Mosa'ab Elshamy and published on the AP News today. I share it here in its original, unaltered format. AP PHOTOS: Laborious saffron harvest unites Moroccan village
After seeing one of the original Pullman cars yesterday at the History Museum, I was looking forward to seeing the Zephyr...
My education about Frank Lloyd Wright continues today with the Rookery & Burnham Library tour.
After a leisurely morning of breakfast in bed and news on the telly, I set out for the 1926 Building, also known as the Fine Arts Building. It was built in 1895 as a showroom and repair shop for Studebaker carriages.
Today I tour Frank Lloyd Wright's home and studio, where he would develop his signature Prairies style of architecture.
I'm off to Chicago to see the Gothic buildings that scrape the sky...