Kent St John
Articles by Kent St John:
Through Reims, Troyes, and Essoyes, discovering the charms of Champagne By Kent St. John Could the world turn without an occasional sip of real champagne? I doubt it. Reims (or Rheims) is synonymous with champagne, or so I have always thought. It is no doubt where you should start, especially considering that below the streets […]
A Photo Blog by Kent E. St. John Back to Sweden My last trip to Scandinavia included only a one night stop in Stockholm Sweden, I swore to return and am sooner than I expected. Max and I are headed to Stockholm and Malmo Sweden next week. We have x-mas markets and museums to keep […]
By Kent E. St. John Senior Travel Editor I had only a bit of gas left as I pumped gas into my car on the way to JFK. The price was sky high; I was heading to Bartlesville, Okalahoma, home of past Oil Barons. The thought of Oil Barons and the price per gallon galled […]
By Kent E. St. John Senior Travel Editor Ever since communism bowed out of the Eastern European equation, the triangle of Budapest, Vienna, and Prague has attracted visitors in numbers. After a recent visit to Warsaw, Poland I suggest that the triangle be made into a square. Warsaw is gearing up and doing it in […]
Chamonix and the French Alps: GoNOMAD Senior Travel Editor Kent St. John reports on spring skiing in the French Alps at Val d’Isere and Chamonix.
By Kent E. St. John Senior Travel Editor After landing in Kemi, Finland, it was a short jeep and horse sleigh ride to Wanha Papila, a fantastic place of ten modern cottages anchored with an old vicarage over a hundred years old. It is located on the Bothnia Sea and surrounded by a pine forest. […]
By Kent E. St. John Senior Travel Editor In the security line at Heathrow Airport a couple heard me mention Kenya. They cancelled their trip there this past February, so they were very interested in what I saw. “Was the violence still rampant?” the woman asked. I told her truthfully that I saw no violence […]
Kent St. John takes a two-sided tour of Puerto Rico: arduous adventures by day and luxurious living by night.
Lunch in the olive garden at Opio – photos by Kent E. St. John France: Finding Peace on the Cote d’Azure By Kent E. St. John Senior Travel Editor Mixed with the soothing scent of lavender was a tinge of sea air, that is until the food arrived. Soon the fragrant smell of lamb roasted […]