New Orleans has a new Sazerac House modeled after the original for cocktails and history. And the Southern Jewish Experiences museum.
Discovering JamNOLA and the Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience plus the Sazerac House in New Orleans, along with new exhibits at the National World War II Museum.
Montreal’s eclectic arts, culture and bagels are enjoyed, as well as Bota Bota water spa, the city’s gay history and OASIS immersion.
Taking the elevator to the very top of the new, improved Empire State Building, the jewel of the NYC skyline, and a enjoying a rush at RiseNYC.
Coastal California: visiting the central coast area in the center of California for hiking, wineries, historic visits and more.
Santa Barbara. After the long travel drought, Christopher Ludgate enjoys some time in the American Riviera, as Santa Barbara California is known.
To truly show this city some love, you should appreciate its past. As reopening began, it felt important to get out and explore some of old New York specifically.
With my travel buddy, Steve, we made the first attempt at a safe-cation, in the nostalgic beach town of The Wildwoods remote beachfront therapy in Cape May.
Wolf sanctuary: In South Salem, NY, the mission is to protect and preserve North American wolves through science-based education, advocacy, and participation.
Bauhaus in Eastern Germany. Visiting the Weimar’s new Bauhaus Museum, new state-of-the-art interactive Bauhaus Museum in Dessau, Erfurt, and Karlsruhe.
Bordeaux France. An ancient city with a famous Museum about Wine, the Cite du Vin, makes it an attractive city to visit and taste wine all year long.
Ama Waterways Taste of Bordeaux river cruise takes us on underground tours of medieval towns, fabled châteaux, a Citidel with a romantic past, hikes in celebrated vineyards.