American Western Front

Americans on the Western Front – 100 Years After the Guns Fell Silent

The Western Front stretched from the English Channel to Switzerland. By 1917, the 700 km of terrain between these two

Puerto Peñasco – Mexico’s Perfect Piece of Paradise

American writer and filmmaker Susan Sontag once said: “I haven’t been everywhere but it’s on my list.” Friends and family

National Gallary of Art Rotunda

You Saw it as a Child, but it’s Time to See it Again! The National Gallery of Art

5th in a series of Museums Women Love to Visit If you grew up anywhere near Washington, DC in the

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Lidice – The Town Hitler Could Not Erase

I had never heard of the town before, not even in high school, when my head was buried in the

Jacobs Well Jumping Rock

Wimberley: Awesome Outdoor Activities in the Texas Hill Country

There is so much to do in wonderful Wimberley in the Texas Hill Country. Market Days, fun shops, outstanding food,

Christmas stalls and lights German Christmas Market

Insider Tips: German Christmas Markets

  The lights, the smells and the sounds of Christmas bells! Known for pulling out all of the stops during

Entry Way O Mansion

O Mansion – Oh! What Sights You Will See!

Museums that Women Love – Fifth in a Six Part Series I can honestly say that I have never seen

Georgetown Texas Courthouse

Georgetown Texas: Gorgeous Town Square, Blue and Black Holes, and Monumental Food

Once a sleepy small town an hour north of Austin, Georgetown, Texas has experienced immense growth as the suburbs continue

Architecture New York State Capitol

With History Comes Hauntings – The New York State Capitol Has Its Fair Share

The exact moment I lay my eyes on The New York State Capitol Building, set regally atop State Street hill

Mount Shasta Jewel of Shasta Cascades

Shasta Cascades – A Nature Lover’s Nirvana

When renowned American naturalist John Muir first caught site of Mount Shasta over the braided folds of the Sacramento Valley