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This is, without doubt, Cape Town's favourite walk, and the whole city comes out to Sea Point to stretch its legs, take in the sunset, smell the sea air and walk dogs.
The walk starts at a landmark visited by Charles Darwin in 1836, meanders past six beaches, a hundred year old swimming pool, a good few... More»
The village of Glen Park is nestled among the slopes of the San Miguel Hills near the heart of San Francisco, just south of Twin Peaks. It is the gateway to a hidden gem of 70 acres of open space known as Glen Canyon, of which 60 acres is officially designated as a Significant Natural Resource... More»
This walk explores the Red Square, a historical complex in the heart of Moscow. It is so called not because of the colour of its walls. The word "red" in Russian originally also meant "beautiful."
In the Soviet Union period, this was the centre of the socialist cult. Today the complex serves as the... More»
Stroll the path of Camelot's early days, when a beautiful young journalist met a rising politician and wartime hero who later became the U.S. president. See the many homes where John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy resided, Martin's Tavern where they got engaged, their church Holy Trinity, and Jackie's home... More»
Why did America's most popular actor kill the president? And how did he do it? Was John Wilkes Booth a madman exacting revenge for his beloved South or maybe more? Guide Rick Snider, who is a distant relative of Booth and co-conspirator Mary Surratt, takes you through that fateful night's... More»