At or near the top of the travel agenda, when you talk about cities, is the museum. If we haven't planned our museum outings before the trip, we usually get references once we've settled in. I just spent a few days in London and I left every moment to spontaneity -- except a plan to spend a few hours at the new Tate Modern. Very creative space, by the way.
Our reporter Cash Peters makes it his mission to find the museums in every city and town he rolls into. But, if you know Cash, you probably already know that his tastes in art are, shall we say, a bit off the beaten path.
Cash visits Boston's "Museum of Bad Art," a community-based, private institution dedicated to the celebration of bad art in all its forms. The museum's catchphrase? "Art too bad to be ignored."