Millions of Americans ski but many more don’t. From ice climbing to ice fishing, snowshoeing to biking, a full menu of winter activities awaits them.
Over 35 years as a travel writer, you collect a lot of memories. Some stand out more than others. Here are a couple of favorites as recounted for an inquisitive grand-daughter.
Think “festival” and New Orleans’ Mardi Gras may come to mind. Many other festive events around the country also are fun, funky and far out.
The small town of Ithaca, NY is brimming with different kinds of waterfalls, but also farms. They range from honey to alpacas.
Numerous waterfalls account for the “Ithaca is Gorges” motto. The city also offers other lovely scenery and a long list of other activities and attractions.
A tour of Egypt is a wondrous experience anytime, but with Overseas Adventure Travel (OAT) it becomes multi-dimensional
Most visitors to Egypt go to see pyramids and other iconic sites. A Nile River cruise can include them plus an immersion in the lifestyle of the people.
Egypt’s 6000 years of history come alive throughout the country from the pyramids to King Tut to the Nile River and beyond and never fails to astound.
Many people visit Egypt to see the pyramids, Sphinx and other iconic treasures. Adding to its allure is the fascinating lifestyle and culture of its people.
The Garden Island of Kauai is the lushest and prettiest of the Hawaiian islands. Its scenic coast inspires, abundant hiking trails enthrall and magnificent beaches beckon.
A moonscape setting, multicolored beaches, volcanoes and star gazing greet visitors to Hawai’i Island. It replicates a continent in miniature.
Fernandina Beach on Amelia Island, Florida, harkens back to an era when Victorian splendor still abounds through its homes, shops and harbor.