Christians have been doing pilgrimages for centuries. Today, worldwide faith-based travel has a new look, blending heritage with now diversions.
Do you like the comfort of leaving the planning, driving and baggage handling to someone else. Or do you relish the flex and unexpected that independent travel brings? Published 2:40 p.m. October 18, 2010 - Comments
Ruth Hill writes for magazines and newspapers about the business and pleasures of travel. Read more about her views and news of Christian heritage travel around the world at faithtravelfocus.comRead More
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