DrFumblefinger visits the historic Battery Park in Charleston. Built at the confluence of the Ashley and Cooper Rivers and Charleston Harbor, it's a wonderful place to relax, enjoy the sea breeze and a sunset.
Professor Abe visits Miltenberg, a small town in Franconia. The town contains many lovely buildings one of which is the 'Hotel zum Riesen', said to be the oldest hotel in Germany.
Marilyn Jones explores the fabled site of ancient Troy...and all the Troys that took its place.
PHeymont visits New York City's massive Episcopal cathedral, a hotbed of activity and activism, as well as an artistic and historical treasure.
Retired from its centuries-long military career, Verona's fortifications are still formidable.
After renovation, the art-lined link between the Uffizi and Pitti museums will be re-opened to a wider public.
DrFumblefinger explores Brussel's Grand-Place, the old market square which is lined by an assortment of interesting and beautiful buildings. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
DrFumblefinger shares the story of Sam Steele, the Lion of the Yukon. Sam kept law and order in the Klondike Gold Fields at a time when tens of thousands of would-be prospectors descended on the region in the late 19th century.
George G visits the Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History, in the former home of a Confederate officer. For the last week of the Civil War, it was home to Jefferson Davis.
Jonathan L shares more of his Real New York series, this time exploring a fascinating part of Upper Manhattan and the Bronx.
Marilyn Jones considers what links us not only to the life around us, but to the life that has left its monuments behind.
Professor Abe shares a visit to the lovely 17th century palace and gardens of Charlottenburg, near Berlin.
Professor Abe takes us on a tour of an old town in Saxony, one which you may have seen playing the part of other towns in a number of movies.
Jonathan L tells the tale of two churches that share a city, but differ in how, and for whom, they were built.
Professor Abe shares the beautiful sights of the grounds and buildings of Sanssouci Park in Potsdam, Germany. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site.