Paris has inspired many writers and artists over the centuries, and it can inspire you too. New York Times Best Selling Author Denise Grover Swank shares five places in Paris that inspire her creativity.
An overnight stay in this storied palace brings spine-tingling adventure.
Getting lost on Mt. Sinai leads to a front row seat for one of nature's amazing displays.
Israel is the birthplace of three world religions and is steeped in history. Here's our list of the best things to see and do in the Holy Land.
Tradition runs deep in Kyoto, Japan -- especially in this unique profession.
Visit legendary Parisians of the past at Père-Lachaise Cemetery, the most famous cemetery in Paris, France. Here's what you need to know for your visit.
Secret night meetings, underground railroads and painful battles that tore a young nation apart. For my kids, these stories were once relegated to the...
Though often missed by visitors, Le Marais has a colorful history and present-day attractions that make it a must-see when visiting Paris.
Bombing in WWII sunk many Japanese ships in the lagoon. Today, it's considered one of the top wreck diving sites in the world.
A sling is a Singapore cocktail, and at the famous Raffles Hotel, it has been enjoyed by the likes of Rudyard Kipling, Somerset Maugham and Alfred Hitchcock.
This AmaWaterways river cruise on the Lower Danube visits ports once behind the former Iron Curtain, including Croatia, Serbia, Romania, and Bulgaria.
An unlikely pilgrim becomes fascinated with the Martin Luther story, and travels to Germany for the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
It doesn't matter whether you spell it Ghent or Gent, this magical city has captivating architecture, culinary delights and live music.
In New York City, the 9/11 Memorial rises triumphantly, a monument to the human spirit and a testament to the value of human life.