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 (Lesser Visited) Mayan Ruins of Ek Balam in Mexico By Heather Sinclair It was late afternoon, and the humid air felt sticky. I wiped the sweat off my face with my shirt sleeve, ignoring the tiny mosquitoes buzzing in my ears. The further I went into the jungle, the more I realized the route […]
In the Footsteps of the Literati of Vieux Carré By Christopher Ludgate Vieux Carré, or the French Quarter of New Orleans as it is more typically known to modern day travelers, is among those unique U.S.destinations paved with layers of culture in every step you take. Stretching from Canal to Frenchman Streets along the crescent […]
A Walk to the Sea Traces the Evolution of Boston’s Architecture By Sarah Robertson Many people don’t realize that Boston, like all cities, is constantly evolving. Living in the city we don’t realize it. We notice buildings being torn down, new ones taking their place, roads being paved, rerouted, and paved again. What we don’t […]