Marilyn splits a day of touring between the sights of Paris and the luxury of Louis XIV's Palace of Versailles
PHeymont finds an unexpected and eclectic collection of treasures in a cathedral cloister and wonders whose it is
A 16th century survivor on Edinburgh's Royal Mile offers a capsule view of life in the Old Town over four centuries
ProfessorAbe and his wife inspect the restoration work at a castle not far from their home
Marilyn Jones visits the home town of Johannes Gutenberg and a museum dedicated to his printing inventions
Jonathan L. explores the history of bottle making in Ballston Spa, New York
DrFumblefinger visits the Manzanar relocation camp site in eastern California, not far from Lone Pine. It was at this site that thousands of American citizens of Japanese descent were forcibly relocated during World War II
Sarah Pitts shares a poignant memorial to a disturbing moment in American history
Marilyn enjoys a shore visit in one of Germany's oldest and most historic cities
A wedding invitation gave Judy Barford the opportunity to see one of the highlights of Tuscany.
George G shares a private viewing of a large private collection of antique cars, trucks and farm equipment
Michelangelo's hidden drawings, made while hiding from an angry Medici Pope, are finally going on view
Split is the second-largest city in Croatia after the capital, Zagreb, and it shows.
A monument at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas tells the story of the unusual work of a battalion of African-American WACs in World War II
PHeymont looks down, around and about St Louis's giant monument at the place where the city began