Rouen has many churches and a spectacular cathedral, but two others, one old and one new, made a big impression on PHeymont.
We visit Province House, home of the legislative assembly of the Province of Nova Scotia.
Gumbo was visiting one of Europe's best known landmarks. Commissioned by Napoleon but completed after his death, it offers some of the finest views of Paris.
It's fresh paint time again for the iconic tower, and Paris may choose to change the color...again
Last stop on a day spent across the Nile from Luxor, PortMoresby visits the house where Howard Carter lived while excavating Tutankhamun's Tomb.
The cathedral's elaborate and exuberant facade served Monet as a laboratory of light in over 30 paintings; it only takes a few pictures to see why.
PortMoresby visits 3 sites on the West Bank of the River Nile, opposite Luxor near the Valley of the Kings, the ancient Theban Necropolis.
A tiny town along the Danube with a long history shows off its charm for veteran traveler Marilyn Jones.
With a week to spend in Luxor, PortMoresby visits Luxor Temple, very near her apartment, then 3 kilometers northward along the Nile, wanders within the Temples of Karnak.
Professor Abe visits the picturesque town of Ait-Ben-Haddou, Morocco. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a very photogenic destination.
On her last day in Cairo, PortMoresby visits the famous Egyptian Museum, in its last days as the primary home to the treasures of ancient Egypt.
A quiet and beautiful village in Alsace had a violent past, seen in its fortified church and surrounding castles.
George G visits the lovely Frick House and Gardens in Pittsburgh, and shares the history of the home, its gardens and wonderful car collection!
Two in Islamic Cairo, one in the Citadel, Portmoresby visits the city's historic house museums.
Normandy's capital, with much more to offer than Joan of Arc and the much-painted cathedral.