Cawdor Castle – A Living Legend In The Scottish Highlands

Medieval Castles in Scotland

So much to see, so much to do, here in the Scottish Highlands! Today’s journey takes us to Cawdor Castle, a magnificent, and quite old, Scottish castle located a short drive outside the town of Inverness. How old you ask? Why it’s over 600 years old! Step inside this elegant example of Scottish architecture and step back [Read On]

In Search of Castle Ruins and Loch Ness Monsters In The Scottish Highlands

Medieval Castles Scotland

The Scottish Highlands are a wild and wonderful land, with their rugged beauty, heather-strewn hillsides, rocky shorelines, and a rich and colorful history that spans for centuries. From ancient stone rings to medieval castles to stories of long-thought extinct creatures rising for the depths of lochs, the Scottish Highlands are a destination worthy of every traveler’s [Read On]

7 Awesome Historical Adventures in 5 Days – Exploring Northwestern France

Mont Saint Michel

Love history? Love exploring historical sites? Then northwestern France is for you! This region of France is steeped in a rich, and long standing history, just waiting for history buffs to explore. And non-history buffs will enjoy these sites too! But what if your time is limited to only 5 days? Can you really make a trip [Read On]

Explore 1000+ Years of History at the Ruins of Abbaye De Jumieges, France

Abbey Jumieges

About 40 minutes east of Rouen, France, along the Seine River, sits a ruin steeped in history. It’s haunting beauty will surely evoke questions about those who once roamed these very ruins. What was their life like here? What caused such ruinous disrepair? This ruin’s name? The Abbaye de Jumieges, a site some claim to be [Read On]

What’s Your Favorite? 50 New Year Traditions From Around The World – [Infographic]

New Year Celebrations

Well, another year is rapidly coming to a close. Where will this New Year find you? Will you be out partying past midnight, or will you ring in the New Year from the comforts of home with family and friends? No matter where in the world you may be on December 31st, January 1st, 2015 [Read On]

Christmas Dinners Around The World – [Infographic]

Christmas Dinner

On this eve of Christmas, as Santa does his final preparations to deliver gifts and good will all across the world, so are many of us preparing a Christmas feast for family and friends. What one serves for their Christmas feast is as diverse as is the world. Some dinners are based on newer traditions, on [Read On]

Exploring the Whimsical Rock Sculptures of Rotheneuf – Brittany, France


A few kilometers past St. Malo, along France’s heralded Emerald Coast, exists a vastly unknown, nearly secretive little adventure most unlike any other. A whimsical, almost magical place that’s sure to entertain, sure to insight thought. It is an experience most certainly worthy of the short drive beyond St. Malo, in this northwest corner of France. What is [Read On]

7 Snowy Experiences That Make Jackson Hole A Winter Wonderland

Winter Yellowstone

Do you enjoy snow-cations? Rejoice when inches of powdery white snow cover the ground? Relish the thought of that next plunge down a snow covered mountain? Are you searching for a winter destination whole family will rave about? Even if they don’t ski? Then welcome to Jackson Hole, Wyoming – your gateway to a winter [Read On]

Your Travel Gadget Gift Giving Guide for 2014

Sol Republic

Tis’ the season of gift giving. Has your favorite traveler been naughty, or nice, this season? No matter! There’s a perfect gift choice for everyone. Whether you are shopping travel gadgets for yourself, or someone else, there are lots of awesome options to choose from. And without further adieu, here are my favorite travel gifts for [Read On]

What’s On Your Plate This Thanksgiving? [Infographic]

Thanksgiving 2014

Thanksgiving is one of my most favorite holidays of the year. Yummy foods. Fine wines. Scrumptious desserts. And best of all, time spent around the dinner table with family and friends. And like many families, we will be serving our own version of the traditional Thanksgiving meal, including tried and true recipes from long-ago family [Read On]