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US PRESIDENT NUMBER THREE | Darrin Henry Try this. Visualise three tourist attractions to see in Washington DC. I bet there’s a good chance our immediate visions are very similar: The White House; Lincoln Memorial and Washington Memorial? Even if you don’t know

THE CITY WHERE EXERCISE IS CULTURE | Darrin Henry There’s a crazy little thing photographers tend to do; set the alarm for stupid o’clock to go bumbling out in the dark in search of perfect sunrise pictures, but in Hanoi, Vietnam,

Paying Homage To Philadelphia’s Favourite Son | Darrin Henry How many people back in the 70s and 80s tried drinking raw eggs after watching Sylvester Stallone do it in the movie, Rocky? Ughh, that was disgusting! The first Rocky film (1976) has

[caption id="attachment_5162" align="alignnone" width="800"] One of the most famous address signs in the world, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, where you will find the White House.[/caption] VISITING THE USA CAPITAL | Sharon Henry Donald Trump’s bigly promise to 'make America great again' will be

[caption id="attachment_4971" align="alignnone" width="800"] Thaggard Mercantile Co, advertising brown bilt shoes for the family. Rutledge, Alabama. We made a stop in a water tower town where this ghost sign is visible on a thoroughfare leading from Atlanta to New Orleans.

[caption id="attachment_4342" align="alignnone" width="800"] The Georgian architecture of Jamestown, St Helena, descending down through Market Street.[/caption] Life In One Of The World's Tiniest Capitals | Sharon Henry If Joshua Slocum or even the Duke of Wellington were to step ashore in Jamestown

[caption id="attachment_3177" align="alignleft" width="800"] This mural of a flower lady in Kensington Market, Toronto, was the biggest we saw and the most beautiful. She is stood next to the 'garden car'.[/caption] A Gallery Walk Through Kensington Market | Sharon Henry Opinion about

[caption id="attachment_3117" align="alignnone" width="800"] The CN Tower was originally conceived as a transmission tower and continues to be used by over 30 radio and TV broadcasters.[/caption] Top Of The Beanstalk | Sharon Henry Just like a magic, giant beanstalk would, Toronto's CN

[caption id="attachment_2947" align="alignnone" width="800"] The USA experienced its largest building boom ever in the late 19th century, right here in Chicago, following the Great Chicago Fire. In 1885, the first steel-framed high-rise building, the Home Insurance Building, rose in the