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World's Scariest Roads

Look Both Ways. Via T+L (www.travelandleisure.com). Orlando was just named 2014’s most dangerous city for pedestrians by the National Streets Coalition. (Boston’s the safest.)

Rocky Mountaineer, Canada

Trains. Via T+L (www.travelandleisure.com).

Seoul: Public Bridge

Netherlands. Via T+L (www.travelandleisure.com).

Iguazu Falls, Brazil/Argentina

Iguazu Falls. Via T+L (www.travelandleisure.com).

No. 13 Swiss Re Building, London

London. Via T+L (www.travelandleisure.com). Lord Norman Foster, architect and cyclist, kicked off 2014 by proposing the construction of SkyCycle, 136 miles of elevated bike paths soaring above London along the city's vast network of suburban rail lines.

Englischer Garten, Munich

Think landlocked Munich is too far from a coast to boast a surf culture? Nein, dude. Since the 1970s, surfers have been riding a treacherous and icy river wave right at the edge of the city’s Englischer Gartens. Munich. Via T+L (www.travelandleisure.com/travel-blog/).

Gourmet Dumpling House, Boston

Shrinking Boston. Via T+L (www.travelandleisure.com). An exhibit at the Boston Public Library compares the modern city with the Boston of a century ago. One surprising revelation: even with a steady influx of immigrants in the past ten years, the city still has not regained its 1910 record-high population of more than 670,000.

Alisal Guest Ranch and Resort, Solvang, CA

Montana. Via T+L (www.travelandleisure.com). Luxury guest ranch Resort at Paws Up and the National Cowgirl Museum co-host an annual spring weekend for Calamity Jane wannabes (with lots of banknotes in the saddlebags) that includes trading stories with a Women’s Pro Rodeo champ and a cattle drive on the 37,000-acre Montana property.

Venice

Venice. Via T+L (www.travelandleisure.com). In March, a ban forbidding the largest cruise ships from entering Venice was lifted, leading to renewed protests by concerned citizens and scientists who claim that the mega ships erode the city’s delicate waterways and ecosystem.

Lover's Leap, Lookout Mountain, Rock City Georgia