New York’s Erie Canal’s historical significance and natural beauty make this American waterway a fascinating and enjoyable destination.
History is a part of every trip, whether it’s recent or ancient history. Here we include stories where the authors experienced historical travel.
The Mayan ruins at Xel-Ha share a name with the Riviera Maya’s water park, but this attraction goes back to 600 AD and is a little less crowded.
In East Anglia, England, locals celebrate the liberation of Europe during World War II by American forces by having dances and gathering vets.
Footsteps is a great alternative travel book as it not only explores many great cities, but it also explores these cities in the context of famous writers.
A visit to the Brandywine area, located in Delaware and Pennsylvania, to tour elegant mansions and the Longwood Gardens, Nemour and WInterthur mansions.
Segovia Spain is a dramatically beautiful city, with the Alcázar of Segovia, a fairy tale castle, dominating the center and a 2000-year-old Roman aqueduct.
A photo book featuring old postcards of Newport Rhode Island’s famous mansions, from the biggest, The Breakers, to others like Bellevue and Rockry Hall.