If there's ever a bad night to eat out -- not including that time you ordered those mussels -- it's the one when all the planet's top chefs skip work to find out if their restaurants have finally been named the world's best.
High up on a bluff in Appalachia, guests soak in a hot tub while watching the sun dip into the green valley below. Hang gliders soar through the surrounding skies, while trees rustle their way into evening.
For some knee-wobbling appreciation, take a drive, walk or crawl across 14 of the most frightening suspension bridges in the world -- from the beautiful Royal Gorge Bridge in Colorado to China's Sidu River Biridge, the world's highest.
What's so surprising about the island of Bermuda is its proximity to the eastern seaboard of the United States (flights from New York City clock in at a bit over two hours), but what's so astounding is the vision visitors see upon approach.
Bali is an island in flux -- especially in the south. It's a maelstrom of construction: villas, roads, jetties, reclamation. A magnet for tourists for generations, the island welcomed over five million international visitors in 2017.
When Symphony of the Seas, an 18-deck cruise ship measuring longer than a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, sailed out of port for the very first time this April, it smashed yet another size record in the cruise industry.
Earlier this year, a Norwegian Air Boeing 787 Dreamliner hitched a ride on a powerful jet stream and flew from New York to London in a record-setting five hours and 13 minutes, landing almost an hour ahead of schedule.
London's skyline is one of the world's most famous -- from this sleek modern glamor of the Shard to St Paul's Cathedral's classic dome. Now this striking cityscape is the subject of the world's first gigapixel photoshoot.