Love Americana? Then Stephanie Kalina-Metzger has the perfect tour for you, featuring some of the most unusual and rare vintage items you'll ever see.
Lille, capital of French Flanders, is a city rich in history, and a unique flavor. Join PHeymont for a brief visit.
We visit the Citadel, Halifax' historic fort. Situated above the city's downtown and harbor, the site is presented much as it was 200 years ago. Be sure to visit the interesting Army Museum within the Citadel.
One of Europe's oldest food fights dates to Napoleon's time, but takes its backstory from the 12th century.
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 visit with Samantha to a park with a history as long as New York's, and a large variety of things to see.
A quiet and beautiful village in Alsace had a violent past, seen in its fortified church and surrounding castles.
Two in Islamic Cairo, one in the Citadel, Portmoresby visits the city's historic house museums.
A medieval castle in one of the most picturesque settings in Europe, Ian Cook shares the story and beautiful photo-essay of Castle Stalker.
Normandy's capital, with much more to offer than Joan of Arc and the much-painted cathedral.
At the site where some believe Moses saw the Promised Land, Marilyn Jones finds a lot to see besides the view.
PHeymont's fallen in love with Strasbourg, and shares some pictures and memories of a recent stay.
Jonathan L spends some time in a former major port that's become a pleasant waterfront community on Puget Sound.
The German Castle Club is out to accurately count all the German castles: both those that are, and those that were. It's never been done before.
A few scenes from Lisbon's oldest, and perhaps most famous, neighborhood.