- EUROPA - European Union: Visit this site to learn how the EU works, explore what it does in its wide array of activities from agriculture to science and technology (and everything in between), and discover why the European Union was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2012. Want to live in or do business in the EU? Ever wonder what Europeans think about biodiversity or train service there? This site will tell you what you need to know. Find official documents, studies, and resources for teachers. Search Eurostat for statistics, Eurobarometer for public opinion surveys, and newsroom databases for press releases and audiovisuals.
- Fodor's: Read Fodor's reviews to find the best travel destinations, hotels and restaurants. Plan your trip online with Fodor's.
- French Culture: Cultural Services is a division of the French Embassy. With bases in New York City, Washington DC, and eight other cities in the US, it's dedicated to creating transatlantic dialog in the arts and education. You can click on "French Culture" for the latest news on books, films, visual and performing arts, grants and programs, and events. The "French Language" section offers information on teaching or learning the language. "Higher Education" covers teaching and studying in France and related grants and fellowships.
- Google Maps: Find local businesses, view maps and get driving directions in Google Maps.
- MapQuest: Use MapQuest for driving directions and maps.
- Roadside America: Homepage for Roadside America, travel guide to unusual attractions, tourist traps, weird vacations, and road trips.
- Visit Polk County: Imperial Polk County, Florida is easily accessible from Tampa and other Central Florida cities. Great for a weekend getaway or vacation, Polk County offers incredible beauty and a sense of adventure with its gently rolling hills, cut with orange groves and dotted with freshwater fishing lakes. This area is vivid with beauty so enticing to the senses, it's paradise to any outdoor enthusiast. It is the heart of Central Florida and home to over 90,000 acres of land open to the public for recreational activities such as fishing, birding, and wildlife.