Swimming the Hot Spots in Iceland
Swimmers enjoying the hot water in an Icelandic lagoon.
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| || • Return of the Cowgirl: So you want to be a cowboy or cowgirl? At the Double E Ranch in New Mexico, work and play get roped into one. March 04, 2005 • Cruise Control: Navigating a houseboat through the locks along the majestic lakes of Ontario offers lots of ups and downs. March 04, 2005 • Gates of New York: A massive public installation by conceptual artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude was unfurled February 12 for the start of a 16-day stay transforming miles of footpaths in Central Park. February 14, 2005 • The Beach in Winter: Who says it has to be hot? The beach in winter serves up all the natural beauty with a big helping of tranquillity. February 10, 2005 • Clinton Library Dedication: The William J. Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Ark. designed to evoke a "Bridge to the 21st Century," the metaphor Clinton invoked during his 1996 reelection drive -- was dedicated Nov. 18. December 01, 2004 • MoMA's New Look: The Museum of Modern Art's new expansion was designed by Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi. Encompassing 630,000 square feet and six floors, the $425 million renovation nearly doubles the museum's capacity. The public reopening of Manhattan's MoMA on Nov. 20 commemorates the art institution's 75th anniversary. November 18, 2004 • Spanish Portraits at the Prado: A major exhibition at Madrid's Prado Museum examines the history of portraiture in Spanish art. Featuring highlights from the Prado's renowned holdings and works from private collections around the world, "The Spanish Portrait from El Greco to Picasso" includes some of the most celebrated paintings in the history of Western art. October 29, 2004 • Moscow: Notes From the Underground: Moscow's subway system is a Soviet theme park honoring Russia's communist past. September 16, 2004 |
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