If you're thinking about going waaay beyond the usual Easter celebration, Marilyn Jones has an exotic suggestion.
In Turkey, Marilyn Jones invites us to join a long line of visitors to a place where Aristotle and Christian apostles visited as well.
Marilyn Jones explores the fabled site of ancient Troy...and all the Troys that took its place.
Sunrise and colorful balloons! It's not hard to see why it was a highlight of Marilyn Jones's trip.
Join Marilyn Jones on an exploration of some of the world's most unusual buildings and their furnishings.
Marilyn Jones has a spectacular first day in Turkey at a hotel that was once home to Ottoman royalty.
Join Marilyn Jones on a visit to one of the world's wonders, now a museum, but for centuries a church and then a mosque.
Marilyn Jones' visit to Turkey's Cappadoccia region starts with a meal at a place with historic significance.
Although it's often overshadowed by the Grand Bazaar, Marilyn shows us why Istanbul's Spice Bazaar is well worth a visit
An ancient Greek city, or its ruins, anyway, is for sale in Turkey.
A historic Swedish tradition turns out to be imported from Turkey by an exiled 18th-century king.
Celestyal makes a limited return to the Turkish metropolis...will others follow?
Wilbur takes us on another memorable train journey, this one starting in Istanbul, then on to Ankara, Erzurum, Batumi (bu bus), Yerevan and ending in Tbilisi
Turkish Airlines, which claims to serve the most destinations of any airline in the world has begun service to Phuket, Thailand, its 300th destination.
Wilbur's exotic train journeys continue, today with stops in Istanbul, Thessaloniki, Meteora (Kalambaka), Skopje, Niš, ending in Sofia. If you love train travel stories, you'll love this post.