PortMoresby leaves Luxor, takes to the river, sees riverside farms & temples along the way, learns a lesson and begins her wish list for next time.
An underwater discovery could turn out to be the ancient Greek port that became Naples—and could be opened to underwater tourism.
For a weekend, over a thousand Italian cultural and historical sites that are normally closed to the public will welcome visitors.
Last stop on a day spent across the Nile from Luxor, PortMoresby visits the house where Howard Carter lived while excavating Tutankhamun's Tomb.
PortMoresby visits 3 sites on the West Bank of the River Nile, opposite Luxor near the Valley of the Kings, the ancient Theban Necropolis.
In the aftermath of last week's huge storm in Europe, Cadiz discovers new Roman ruins along its beachfront
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.
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.
At the site where some believe Moses saw the Promised Land, Marilyn Jones finds a lot to see besides the view.
After first thoughts of visiting 45 years ago, PortMoresby finally arrives in Egypt. This week begins the story of this long-postponed adventure.
PortMoresby takes a long stroll around a part of Rome missed on previous visits, the Forum & Palatine Hill.
A visit to Jordan wouldn't be complete without seeing Petra. Join Marilyn Jones for a view.
Siq al-Barid, known as Little Petra, is more recently-discovered than its famous namesake. Join Marilyn Jones on a trip to see it.
At what was once one of Europe's oldest abbeys, old treasure comes to light.
The latest stage of the restoration of the Roman Colosseum has opened the upper levels, allowing a new view of ancient Rome.