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Armchair Traveler — The stone kingdom of the Great Zimbabwe

In the southeastern hills of Zimbabwe, not too far from Lake Mutirikwe, visitors will find one of the most stunning historical monuments in Africa - The UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the Great Zimbabwe.

Armchair Traveler — Let's take a fall foliage tour of the U.S.

Autumn is a mixture of gladness at the bounty of the seasonal harvest just past, and a time of nostalgia mixed with a certain amount of melancholy as we look toward the imminent arrival of harsh weather.

Armchair Traveler — A visit to 'Panjin Red Beach' in the fall

Panjin - In just a few weeks, an extraordinary event will occur in the world's largest wetland and reed marsh. The landscape will turn a brilliant crimson red, as far as the eye can see.

Google partners with tourism groups to trek BC's wilderness

Vancouver - Armchair travelers will soon have a new destination to visit. Google is partnering with two B.C. tourism groups to bring the province's untamed wilderness into people's homes.

Armchair traveler visits a garden that is lovely but deadly

Alnwick - The UK is well-known for its beautiful botanical gardens, but one garden, located in Northumberland, is totally unique. The Alnwick Poison Garden is one place where you are strongly encouraged to not smell or touch the plants.

Armchair Traveler: The mysterious sunken forest in Lake Kaindy

Nestled in the southeastern Tien Shan Mountains of Kazakhstan, not too far from the bustling city of Almaty, is an obscure lake called Lake Kaindy, known for its ethereal, brooding and pole-like remnants of trees.

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