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In honor of the 500th anniversary of the German Beer Purity law, we're celebrating at these thirst-quenching U.S. beer gardens.
SkySlide opens on tallest tower west of Chicago
Are these the world's most stunning coral reefs?
Why you should kayak in the Bahamas
How Norway is changing the way we drink coffee
Two Norwegian phenomena worth experiencing above all others? White nights and black coffee.
Southern kitchen stays true to its roots
When Whitney Otawka walked into a restaurant in Berkeley to apply for a job waiting tables, she couldn't imagine that in a few years she would be a contestant on "Top Chef" and running the culinary program on a historic island. But that's exactly what happened.
Havana's eye-catching Art Deco architecture
Obama names first national monument to LGBT rights
Floating art lets people walk on water at Italy's Lake Iseo
Thanks to a pop-up art installation made of floating saffron-colored walkways, visitors to northern Italy's Lake Iseo can now walk on water.
Want to escape the office? Top 10 cities for digital nomads
Thanks to the Internet and increasing opportunities for remote working, more people can move abroad and live like "digital nomads."
18 Norwegian dishes you've probably never heard of
What's it like to eat in London's naked restaurant?
'Star Wars' and beyond: National parks in the movies
Thanks to digital effects, filmmakers today can create almost anything -- monsters, aliens, tornadoes, tsunamis -- on movie screens.
10 historic national park lodges
Waking up near the rim of the Grand Canyon, at the edge of a Yellowstone geyser or within view of a Hawaiian volcano are some of the highlights of these U.S. hotels.
16 national parks star in new stamps
Two bison are standing in silhouette at Yellowstone National Park as the winter morning sun rises, shaking off the ice from a bitter cold night.
Obama to visit national parks for Father's Day
President Barack Obama and his family are heading west Friday to visit two of the United States' national parks for Father's Day weekend.
National parks: The roots of 'America's best idea'
Often called "America's best idea," the creation of the world's first national park at Yellowstone wasn't intended to be a radical new idea by a young nation.
Ken Burns on national parks and presidents
When Ken Burns' daughters were little, they played a game of memorizing the names of the presidents at bedtime.
Stonewall Inn likely to be first national LGBT monument
The 1969 riots at the Stonewall Inn launched the modern gay rights movement and the annual New York City pride parade.
The nation's most popular national park site is ...
As the National Park Service celebrates its centennial anniversary this year, new numbers show that more people visited America's national park sites in 2015 than ever before.
Gettysburg: Tranquil place to soak in momentous history
When the Battle of Gettysburg was over after three days, the Civil War's bloodiest battle had claimed 51,000 casualties.
California island used as bombing range reopens
After two years of scrutiny for unexploded ordnance, San Miguel Island in California's Channel Islands is set to reopen this month.
Barack Obama, Anthony Bourdain dine in Vietnam
Last tango in Buenos Aires
How to eat schnitzel like a local
On "Parts Unknown" Anthony Bourdain travels to the German city of Cologne and get lessons on how to eat and drink traditional favorites like a local. Tune in Sunday at 9p ET/PT.
Germany's 'city of contrasts'
9 reasons Cologne is better than Berlin
Bourdain's 'enchanting' visit to Senegal
Senegalese flavor in American cuisine
On the next episode of "Parts Unknown" Anthony Bourdain heads to Senegal. He retraces the roots of some familiar American cuisine. Tune in Sunday night at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

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