Seville has long been surrounded by fortified walls, portions of which still survive to this day.
DrFumblefinger comes across an old Synagogue in Cordoba, one of only three left from this era in Spain.
Another visit to history with George G, this time to a museum focused on a major Civil War battle in Virginia.
DrFumblefinger recalls a visit to Quebec, where he felt almost as if he were in Europe.
DrFumblefinger visits one of America's most famous "ghost towns", the old gold-mining community of Bodie south of Lake Tahoe.
DrFumblefinger visits a memorial in Washington Square, Philadelphia, not far from Independence Hall.
In the 1830s, a variety of New England crafts and trades were practiced in small villages as sidelines to farming...but change was in the air.
At Mystic Seaport, the fleet comes in all sizes and types, and many of them are working vessels as well as exhibits.
An unusual week for avgeeks: the end of the line for 747 production, and a classic propeller-driven plane returnss to public view.
A charming medieval town with much of its historic core intact, Bayeux has been an eyewitness to some of the biggest moments in European history.
DrFumblefinger visits the famous cracked Liberty Bell, which rang above Independence Hall in Philadelphia.
On a cold winter day, PHeymont takes a walk in one of Boston's iconic neighborhoods.
More than 100 years after its opening and nearly 60 years after its original hall was razed, America's busiest station gets some shiny new spaces.
Garry explores the history of Liverpool, UK.
Henry Chapman Mercer's Fonthill Castle reflects his life work and his conviction that he was capable of mastering every field, as well as his opinionated eccentricity.