My love of history began with the struggle between Rome and Carthage over dominance of the Mediterranean. Today, I walked in the footprints of Hannibal.
Carthage was everything I hoped it would be. Plus, postcards!
We crossed the land border from the Spanish exclave of Melilla to the less-visited eastern side of Morocco and found a very different part of the country.
Thus begins the second phase to our trip around the world — on a beautiful island with an amazing host, and a few unexpected twists.
The European driving loop was over, but we still had one more city to explore.
Lourdes, France, wasn't what we were expecting, but maybe it was what we needed.
Sometimes the soul of a place appears only when all of the people have gone. Read about how we learned this lesson at Mont-Saint-Michel.
Hello to Wanda from Brussels!
The WWII sites in northern France evoke some strong feelings, especially for a history teacher and world traveler.
Brussels, Belgium, is a city full of surprises. Read all about what we discovered at every turn.