France has long been a favorite destination for travelers and discovering its small villages is always a treat. Now there is a website that will help in your search. Published December 29 2012
The great thing about travel is that you can discover yourself through people you never met. Here is a Christmas story from a place where Christmas was only a dream. Published December 24 2012
When the snows of winter arrive, they don't stop the trains of Switzerland. In fact, traveling by rail in Switzerland is an ideal time for sightseeing. Published December 22 2012
Baden Baden, Germany has everything going for it. It's a year-round cultural, artistic haven near the Black Forest. Best of all it is a great place for a bath. Published December 18 2012
If you ever get lost in Europe, don't panic. Head to the nearest railway station and you will find just about everything you need to solve any problem. Published December 16 2012
Basel, Switzerland has long been a cultural gem, but Americans are just beginning to discover it. Published December 14 2012
Christmas Markets in Europe are growing in popularity. A great way to see them is to travel by train and base yourself in a couple of cities. Published December 9 2012
Sweden is a dark place this time of year, but two things make it brighter: The Lucia tradition of light and the awarding of the Nobel Prizes. Published December 6 2012
Chateau de Canisy in Normandy is up to something special with a three-day cooking school for its guests. Published December 2 2012
After three decades of traveling the world, I decided to attempt to become a member of The Century Club by visiting 100 countries or more. As an ex-Marine, former professional baseball player and commercial broadcaster, I have had many rewarding ...Read More
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