Every year on the first Saturday in September, the Scottish village of Braemar hosts one of the most famous Highland gatherings in the world. Take in the sights, sounds (and Scots) of the Braemar Gathering, from kilts and queens to caber tossing.
In the Spanish city of Sevilla/Seville, you can’t turn a corner without finding Cool Stuff — from exquisite architecture and tasty tapas to Flamenco dancing! Matt and Rachel take you on a virtual tour of the romantic city of Seville.
In the second installment of their “London” series, Rachel and Matt take a lively, lighthearted look at more of London’s famous attractions, from theater and the Thames to Trafalgar Square.
London is a sprawling, multicultural metropolis that’s chock-full of Cool Stuff. So much, in fact, that it can’t be contained in just one episode! In this installment, Matt and Rachel introduce you to the United Kingdom’s capital city.
Guanajuato is the capital city of the Mexican state of Guanajuato — and it’s also one of Rachel’s favorite places on the planet! Take a virtual tour of this charming colonial city and discover why it ranks among The Coolest Stuff on the Planet.
Monarch butterflies may look fragile, but every year, hordes of them fly thousands of miles to special wintering grounds in Mexico. In this episode, meet millions of these ethereal orange-and-black travelers in the butterfly sanctuaries of Michoacan, Mexico.
Johannesburg was one of the host cities for the 2010 FIFA World Cup tournament, and has a lot to offer. Matt and Rachel take you on a little jaunt to South Africa to check out Joburg’s Cool Stuff.
On a clifftop high above the Dead Sea, the Masada fortress seems to tell a tale of paranoia, wealth, resistance, tragedy and triumph. Join Matt and Rachel as they uncover Masada’s history, archaeology, legends and cultural significance.
On July 12, the strange and popular sport of camel racing in Australia’s outback is on display. Get a front row seat at one of Australia’s most famous camel racing events — the Camel Cup — in this episode.