Guides

Guides

Wander smarter, and talk shop with those who've been down that road before.

Gina Mallonee16 hours ago
To Yorkshire with Love
Yorkshire offers a variety of attractions to the pedestrian historian. The county's lineage is full of Vikings and Romans, Normans and Tudors. Whatever era strikes your fancy there is something for ev...
A Weekend in Puebla, Mexico
Things to do when spending a couple of days in Puebla and the sites you don't want to miss...
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David Archer4 days ago
While in Boston
Boston: birthplace of the American Revolution. If you ever visit this beloved city, you will be in awe within a matter of hours! I recently visited Boston and fell in love immediately. Being my first ...
Laure 5 days ago
Meeting the Bats in Austin
I recently moved to Austin, Texas and I am really looking forward to discovering everything my new hometown has to offer. Watching the bats flying out at night has become a very popular thing to do in...
Kristopher Cook5 days ago
Cold Jitters – Inside Rome’s Unique Ice Bar
Rome is home to some of Europe’s top nightlife. From the Gilda in downtown Rome to the Akab in the more rural area of the city, the after hours scene in Italy’s capital is as diverse as they come. How...
Most Expensive Hotels on the West Coast
Traveling in style has always been in vogue, and these days, the competition for being the most lavish hotel in America has never been more extreme. Nowadays, resting in the lap of a luxury hotel or r...
Jocelyn White7 days ago
A Rose in Nara
I was breathless. Sitting next to Seini in the back seat of the Nakagawa family car, I saw Japan in a way my friends back home would never experience. We passed homes and businesses, bicyclists and wa...
Jennifer York8 days ago
Vacationing on Crete
My vacation adventure in Crete began on a whim. I was not, I admit, so familiar with the history and geography of Crete...the people and the culture. Here is a brief primer, in case I am not alone in ...
Liverpool, Birkenhead, and the Mersey
Liverpool is a world city, famous for its port, native wit, football, music, and culture. Birkenhead is essentially part of the same city, although (like Buda and Pest) separated by a river (the Merse...