Five Outdoor Creole Nature Trail Activities by Neala McCarten

It would take 8 to 10 hours just to drive the Creole Nature Trail without stops, but with only one day available, I could cover only a portion of the trail, experiencing some of the free as well as fee-based attractions. Best of the Creole Nature Trail

Jungfrau: At the top of the world in Switzerland by Mira Temkin

Journey slowly to Europe's highest railway station some 11,000 feet above sea level where breathtaking views and snow-capped mountains await. But that's only the beginning of your Alpine adventure.

Eating Baton Rouge by Neala McCarten

Baton Rouge is not only the state capital but good food capital as well. There are fascinating places to visit (including both the new and old State Capitals) but what you really need to do is to eat your way through and around the city..

Exploring Ancient History in Alexander the Great's Dream City and Library by Ruth Kozak

It is said that Alexander Alexander the Great had a dream in which he recalled the lines from Homer's Iliad of 'an island, Pharos, by the surging sea.' Alexander had come to Egypt to drive out the Persians and to him, this dream was an omen. Read more about Alexander's Famous City and the Library at Alexandria.

Bordeaux in Baja: The Rise of Mexico's Wine Region by Michael Cervin

Beer and tequila have always been the drinks of choice when most people visit Mexico, but Baja's wine region has a new breed of winemakers dedicated to premium wine production in spite of what many American's seem to believe. In fact, At least one wine-maker considers the area to be Mexico's Napa. Find out where to enjoy these outstanding wines.

Eating London: A Food Inspired Journey by Gina Samarotto

Once upon a time, not so very long ago visitors to London could expect many things, but not a vast selection of fabulous food. That's changed. options for eating in London have never tasted better.


From Arizona to Wisconsin: Sea to Shining Sea


Exploring the Fabled and Diverse Orient and More


Paradise in the Atlantic


Sophistication, Charm, History


Gorgeous Landscapes, and Cosmopolitan Cities


Mexico Will Surprise You

Central and South America

From the Heat of the Equator to the Chill of Antarctica

Egypt and the Middle East

Dolphins in Oman to New Testament in Israel


Temples of the Nile and safaris in the Bush

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November 3rd, 2014