A posthumous work, completed by his co-author offers new insights from a famous foodie and traveler.
Jonathan L visits a private club dedicated to all things books
Jonathan L takes a short trip to New Jersey, and finds two cultural icons, well, at least iconic to him.
A punnish store sign in Paris gave PHeymont a chuckle and a photo op.
Join Jonathan L and his wife on a visit to a small country town that has more bookstores than many bigger cities.
This Library is located in William Brown Street. next to St Georges Hall. It has a ceiling that most visitors miss - until you tell them to look up. A Show of Modern Art maybe ?
Coincidence, or fate? PortMoresby finds herself on a journey into an improbable, but true, traveler’s tale.
Take a walk with Samantha through the famed neighborhood that is a center to both the university and the city of Cambridge.
A new museum highlights the work of American authors over a 5-century span.
PortMoresby ends the tale of her trip to England with the things she cannot do without - art, food, books and a visit to a beautiful house.
A new guidebook to Yellowstone catches Marilyn Jones's attention, and triggers some thoughts on travel books generally.
Marilyn Jones takes a look at some new and favorite guidebooks from two of her favorite series.
Not just a huge collection of books: Samantha shows us that the main research branch of the New York Public Library is worth a visit for the building itself.
Every indicator points to Oaxaca being a sophisticated place, with posters everywhere announcing music, dance and theater performances, art events, film festivals, and most importantly, as far as I’m concerned, many opportunities to buy...
Money Planning well under way and a picture emerging of how I might spend my time in Oaxaca, the question of obtaining pesos begins nagging. We all know what to do, assuming there’s nothing left from the last...