Remembering Brittany on Allied Forces Liberation 70th Anniversary By Marc Latham Shivering in the sun, waiting hours for it to set. The sun was slowly falling towards the horizon above Petit Bé Fort and Grand Bé Islet, like a ball about to be caught in a hand reaching out to sea from Saint-Malo’s northern walls, […]
History is a part of every trip, whether it’s recent or ancient history. Here we include stories where the authors experienced historical travel.
By David Rich I’ve always been fascinated with Cappadocia in central Turkey. With its underground churches with colorful ancient murals, cave houses carved into ten-story high cliffs, and weird volcanic tufa sculpted by rain and wind into chaotic shapes, mostly tall, round and pointy, it’s unlike anywhere else on earth. The epitome of this visualization […]
Canyon de Chelly National Monument: Navajo Nation, Arizona visiting these historic Indian history spots
Vicksburg is the home of a famous battlefield Where the Civil War is Never Forgotten By Sam Hartshorne As the plane landed at the airport in Jackson, Mississippi and I saw the verdant trees and green fields on the ground I had that distinct feeling one gets when you know you are about to set […]
In the cities of Germany, Stephen Hartshorne learns about Martin Luther and the Reformation, and the welcoming spirit of the German people.
Habeeb Salloum visits the Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site where he views exhibits about Poe’s troubled life and recalls memorized verses.
Jordan: An Adventurer’s Paradise By Robert Painter If you know anything at all about the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan you’re probably aware of the Rose Red City of Petra, one of the modern Seven Wonders of the World. And, surely you’ve heard of the Dead Sea even if you don’t know of the beautiful resorts […]