Travel

Europe by Train: Customize A Eurail Pass

If you are planning a trip to Europe, the best and easiest way to see that fascinating continent is to go by train and...

Santa Fe, N.M.: High Culture and History

If you are seeking a delightfully unique urban experience, try Santa Fe. It lives up to its billing as “the city different.” Its distinctive features...

Pagosa Springs Offers Scenery Galore

Pagosa Springs is a picturesque little resort town in the heart of Colorado’s beautiful San Juan Mountains only 35 miles north of New Mexico. With...

Taos, New Mexico: Arts, History and Scenery

Taos is a gem: This beautiful town is located at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, astride the deepest part of the...

Albuquerque: Small Town, Big-City Vibe

Many Albuquerque visitors land at the city’s convenient Sunport airport, rent a car and promptly drive an hour north to Santa Fe, seeing Albuquerque...

Mobile Offers Commerce, Southern Hospitality

Mobile, Ala., is a friendly and fascinating place that that is well worth a visit. It is blessed with a rich history and good weather...
A wall lists the names of those who died in the AMIA bombing in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Finding Jewish Buenos Aires

Last April, my boyfriend Brad and I got bumped from a flight from Atlanta to Philly and received $1,000 vouchers for our trouble. Truth be...

At 105, This Centenarian Has Traveled World Twice His Age

Numbers have certainly become less important to Eli Zebooker as he has aged. But in his 105 years, he’s quick to point out the nearly...

Old Sacramento: Relive California’s Rich History

Sacramento is justly renowned as the capital of California, the largest state in the union. This attractive, tree-lined and fun-filled city has plenty of...

The Delights of California’s Pacific Coast Highway 1

California is blessed with more geographic and cultural diversity than most nations. And many of the Golden State’s most extraordinary landscapes and towns can be...