Around the World in Review, Leg 06: Greece, Balkan States, Italy, and Mediterranean Cruise
Around the World in Review, Leg 02: Driving loop in Spain, France, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Belgium, and Andorra. Plus a road trip in Mallorca.
You need to drive in Western Europe, if only to see outside the major cities. Places whose names you have not yet heard. Places where the trains don't stop. Places full of real people and rich heritage that can make …
We leave Europe for points east, but not before sending a final European postcard to Wanda.
A 10-day cruise was a fun and relaxing way to see several new Mediterranean destinations, including Malta, Crete, and Sicily, while getting to sleep in the same bed every night.
Between its architecture and its art, Rome is one of the most-visited cities on the planet. In fact, it's the third-most visited city in Europe after London and Paris. And it's been a destination for travelers for centuries.
San Marino is an island nation, but not in the typical sense of the term. It’s landlocked, located about about eight miles (13 km) inland from Italy’s Adriatic coast, but it’s surrounded entirely by Italy. One of only three sovereign …
Settled centuries ago by rugged Italian ranchers and farmers, surrounded by Alpine mountains, and shot through with icy rivers and waterfalls lies the small commune of Gordola, a part of Switzerland that few tourists have experienced.