Find a bit of paradise in the walled gardens of Mexico's San Miguel
By KIM CURTIS
Step off the dusty cobblestone streets and peek behind nondescript, weather-worn, faded, even grimy brick facades, and encounter the startlingly beautiful courtyard gardens of this central Mexican colonial town.
Hertz speeds up car rentals with biometric scans
By DEE-ANN DURBIN
Biometric screening is expanding to the rental car industry.
Argentina creates its first national marine parks
By LUIS ANDRES HENAO
American conservationist Kristine Tompkins said Thursday that the creation of Argentina's first marine national parks is a milestone that gets it close to meeting its U.N. recommended goal for 2020.
At the Movies: Too much Spider-Man? Not in the Spider-Verse
By MARK KENNEDY
Consider watching not just one web-slinger but five of them in the animated “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.” Instead of overload, you'll be begging for more.
After Hours: Victoria gardens glow for holidays
Time for a holiday road trip? Then consider Victoria, B.C., where The Butchart Gardens lights up for the season.
Berlin museum complex expands
Alaska pier could boost tourism
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