Marilyn Jones shares the beauty and the unanswered questions that come with a new book looking at now disused houses of worship
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...