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An unhappy fact is that definitions of what factors constitute "happiness" vary.
Regardless, it's still airport food.
The Fijian hospital sounds more like a doss house. Not quite the tropical paradise.
It would seem to be a good time to do some cleaning up.
The Smithsonian Channel's "Aerial America" isn't just about sightseeing
The bridge will be located in the 'Avatar' mountains.
Paris commuters enjoyed free public transport and half of the cars were ordered off the road in an effort clear the air.
Some are surprising, most are not.
Europe decided not to shoot itself in the foot by making Americans' travel to Europe more difficult.
But a nice problem to have.
Some are surprisingly accessible while others are definitely off the beaten track.
Americans realize it's not that easy once you get there.
A sunset shot of Vernazza, Cinque Terre, Italy provides just one stunning example.
The 4400-foot-long Beipanjiang bridge has a height equivalent to a 200-story building, making it the world's highest bridge down to the ground or water surface.
Thousands are heading to pollution-free regions as haze descends on the country’s northern industrial heartland
At least six people have been killed in a bomb attack on a road leading to the Great Pyramid of Giza.
The idiocy of front line cashiers is rising asymptotically.
If you take the time to look, there's more than just mega casinos in Macau.
It might help if you bring your own pajamas and pillow along.
Costing $100,000, but definitely a bucket list activity that some will rush to experience.
The camel souk next to the local IKEA is one of the highlights.
Theme of campaign with fake pix? "Real is Beautiful". But apparently fake is beautifuller......
Ronald McDonald has officially joined the Pope in Vatican City, and some are unhappy.
An overly optimistic push into tourism - some places have no appeal, no matter how fancy the toilets.
Snorkeling and diving can be hazardous activities for the elderly and for those with certain medical conditions.
Systems are "buckling" as Paris has made all public transport free of charge for a second day running during the city's worst pollution in 10 years.
Rome city authorities have sought to crack down the practice after a string of complaints accusing the actors of overcharging or even pick-pocketing unsuspecting travelers.
Florida Governor Rick Scott announced Monday that a record 85 million tourists visited the state during the first nine months of 2016.