Obama to open middle-class jobs, opportunity tour Aiming to show he's still focused on creating jobs, President Barack Obama is beginning a series of quick trips around the country to resurrect ideas from his State of the Union address that became overshadowed by the intense debates over gun control, immigration and automatic spending cuts. More
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On an eye-filling day driving through the naked landscapes of Etosha National Park, the animal bounty of Namibia revealed itself, one by one. There was a cheetah mother and her two nearly grown cubs, pacing hungrily across the blinding white wash of the Etosha pan, a Rhode Island-size birthmark on the continent of Africa.
A city painted all blues and whites, nestled in a mountain valley.
Hiking gives amazing views of this incredible city that’s definitely worth the trip.
Kept me warm after sunset surf sessions, and worked as a blanket on long nighttime bus rides.
Get a full body massage and body scrub, then sit in a steam room for hours.
The African sun can still be harsh even that far north, and sunscreen is not the cheapest thing to purchase in Morocco.
Go with an open mind, respect the culture, and try new foods.
The four-story Armani/Silos provides a showcase for four decades of fashion by influential designer Giorgio Armani, plus a digital archive of sketches, photos and ad campaigns, viewable on touch tables and video screens.
The Ambassador Hotel, a former coffee warehouse built in 1854, has transformed into the Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery.
The artsy Warehouse District hotel, close to the French Quarter, now has 167 airy, brick-walled rooms.
Ethiopia: UNESCO named Simien Mountains National Park a World Heritage Site in 1978 primarily for endemic species such as the Walia ibex, Ethiopian wolf and gelada (pictured), a grass-eating primate also known as the gelada baboon.
Abyssinia Tours leads guided tours of the park.
The Nau Slight Jacket uses a recycled polyester ripstop fabric with an appearance like washed silk to keep things lightweight and stylish, and the DWR finish helps keep you dry.
A drawcord hood and hem adjust for a customized fit, and elastic cuffs keep the sleeves fitted at the wrists.
Stowable reflective tape flips out of the back pocket so you can be seen at night, whether walking or riding — no matter the weather.
The jacket stuffs into its own back pocket for easy packing (or quick airplane pillow), and a carrying loop allows you to keep it within reach in case the weather changes quickly.
BubbleGlobe app links travelers, locals
What’s hot: I was skeptical because this is not a new idea, but when I looked at the experiences in Rome, where I’d be meeting family this summer, I got excited.
The opportunities seemed more personal and unique — such as a tour of Rome from the back of a Vespa or a tailor-made culinary tour of Tuscany — than what I was finding on other local sites.
Other fascinating tours include one of London’s historic docks, and a day trip to the most beautiful cove in Spain’s Costa Brava that includes lunch, a swim and a tour from a local who speaks three languages.