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The Bible Museum, opened in 2017, Washington DC, is a comprehensive history of the world’s most famous book, from the beginning of Christianity to present.
Telluride Colorado is a summer and winter playground high in the Rocky Mountains. Find excellent skiing, summer festivals,tacos, mountains and more.
Kyiv, Ukraine. A visit to the capital city of the former Soviet Union country that today cherishes freedom above the state. Highlights of Kyiv what to see, where to eat.
Xcaret is a theme park with a Mayan motif, but the author got to witness dozens of skilled local oarsmen and woman taking off for a 37-mile row to Cozumel.
A trip to the new Iberostar Grand Paraiso, in Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula, includes exciting zip-lining, high class dining and your own personal butler.
In a modest house in Irving, Texas, JFK’s assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, lived quietly with his wife and daughter and Ruth Paine. You can visit Paine’s house.
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The Idaho Panhandle YD Bar-Ness travels through the emerald forests of the Idaho Panhandle and writes about the geological history of the region.
Detriot: Lisa Singh visits the down-and-out City of Detroit, where she says there’s a growing sense of optimism.
India: Dr. Swati Dasgupta visits Bali Island in the Sundarbans, a coastal mangrove jungle in West Bengal and Bangladesh.
Padua Italy: Enjoying the historic architecture, the creative cuisines and the upbeat vibe of a university town in northern Italy, near Venice.
Kent St. John writes about the historical wonders and the vibrant nightlife in the City of Athens, and takes an excursion to the Island of Hydra.
Croatia, land of the real Roman Holiday, this is where the ancients came to play. Jean Miller Spoljaric visits the ruins, eats the food and meets some long lost relatives.
Moscow, Russia: Bill Pfeffer journeys to Moscow where he finds magnificent churches and cathedrals, Art Deco subway stations and vestiges of the Soviet era.
Kent St. John visits Papua New Guinea where he finds great diving and snorkeling, hot volcanic rivers, cozy bungalows and a paradise of biological and cultural diversity.
New Zealand | Max Hartshorne and Cindy Bigras visit New Zealand taking in the majestic scenery, the the fine dining, and the gracious, friendly kiwis.
Querétaro, Mexico, for a walking tour of the historic city, and to a newly-discovered archaeological zone and riding an ATV to an ecotourism campground.
Margie Goldsmith takes a trip to London, where she visits the Globe Theatre, meets a lyric poet selling poems on the street and takes in the view from Westminster Bridge that inspired William Wordsworth immortal poem.
Mridula Dwivedi travels to Bundi in Rajasthan where she finds lakes full of lotus blossoms, beautiful palaces, proud peacocks, and even a pet tortoise.
Located at the southern extreme of the Iberian Peninsular, the Rock of Gibraltar is one of the legendary Pillars of Hercules which, in AD 711, was the stepping-stone for the Muslim invasion of Europe.
Maggie Freleng: Burlington, Vermont, Lake Champlain cruise, scenic bike path, 450-foot zipline, chef training class, & Waterfront Festival.
Houston, Texas, where Stephen Hartshonre visits Mission Control and the Battle Monument at San Jacinto and watches the Art Car Parade and has his first mango margarita.
Orkney Islands. Visiting the Standing Stones of Stenness, the stone chambers of Skara Brae and other architectural wonders of Scotland’s Orkney Islands.
San Andres Colombia: The Colombian archipelago of San Andres and Providencia 137 miles east of Central America and 442 miles north of Colombia. Laid back!
Maryland: A visit to Ocean City, Maryland and taking a ferry to Assateague Island, famous for its sandy beaches and wild ponies.