Enjoy the world with family, food, fun and festivals. Cross over Germany’s cobblestone bridges in Amberg, Bayreuth, Bamberg, and Regensburg and visit their historic town halls, churches and palaces.
Party at Montespertoli’s Chianti Wine Festival in Italy, enjoy frescos in Florence and pick up a luxurious leather wallets in Greve, Italy.
Cruise along Alaska’s Inside Passage to Hubbard Glacier, peek into Prague’s past, or journey into the heart of the Florida Everglades. The circus is always in town at the Ringling Museum in Sarasota, Florida. And Florida’s Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, Naples Botanical Gardens and Sanibel Island provide opportunities to observe wildlife in southern and southwest Florida.
In New Jersey, take a step back in time by viewing a deteriorated World War II bunker from the top of the Cape May Lighthouse or enjoying unique hand-painted, hand-carved, folk-furniture in Lambertville.
Visit Arizona’s mining towns of Bisbee and Tombstone,head underground at Kartchner Caverns State Park, and indulge in high quality wines in the Sonoita/Elgin Region. Enjoy the natural desert habitat of plants and animals at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and marvel at the Saguaro National Park in Tucson.
Take a walk back in time to the gilded age mansions of Newport, Rhode Island. Newport, home to the International Tennis Hall of Fame, is definitely the place to visit for tennis enthusiasts.
Experience the beauty and mystique of Southwest USA’s 5 wonders of the world. Wind your way around Sedona, Arizona’s Red Rock Country, the Grand Canyon’s rich hues, Bryce Canyon’s hoodoos, Zion Canyon’s erosion-sculptured sandstone and Hoover Dam’s curved wall of concrete.
Discover why Portland, Seattle and Vancouver are the Pacific Northwest’s Premier Road Trip! (Hint: Rose Test Garden, Pike’s Place Market and Stanley Park, just to name a few hot spots!)
And, if you ever have even the slightest urge to commit a crime, visit Philadelphia’s Eastern State Penitentiary (ESP) first. I guarantee you, you’ll walk away a model citizen.
There’s always something new on the horizon; so keep checking back!
Maureen C. Bruschi