I suppose many people read a book during their formative years that struck such a profound chord it continues to resonate with them long into adulthood. For me that book was “The Diary of Anne Frank.” I read it whenRead more
In hopes of inspiring your own journeys through Europe, here’s a full list of stories I’ve shared from around the continent: Belgium Belgium: A Country for Chocolate Lovers Beyond Belief in Brugge England Ancient Mysticism and Man-Made Marvels Revealed inRead more
As a freelance writer and traveler, I love telling stories about places I go and people I meet…stories ranging from the arts to architecture, cuisine to culture, history to happenings.
The trip takes only two and a half minutes, but you have the world at your feet the entire time. Mode of travel: the Duquesne Incline. Destination: the top of Mt. Washington in Pittsburgh. Ask Pittsburghers where to go for theRead more
April in Amsterdam might not have the same ring for a song title as April in Paris, but April in Amsterdam has its own special charms. The weather during our visit to the capital and largest city in the Netherlands has beenRead more
Enhance your own travel with these recommended classes, products, tours, and websites gathered from traveling in 16 countries (and counting), and from coast to coast in the U.S.
Welcome to The Roads Traveled! The Roads Traveled captures moments of adventure, discovery, engagement, and inspiration. Typically, my travels are extended stays, enabling me to immerse myself more fully in a culture and adopt a local lifestyle. Rather than a how-toRead more
Hiking atop Tomales Point’s craggy cliffs on the California coast, dense fog swirls with abandon, obliterating my view a few yards ahead. Just as quickly it shifts, allowing a fleeting glimpse of scrubby vegetation hugging the sandy trail. Save forRead more
I’m hopeful Mr. Darcy will magically materialize and join our Art of Reading tour at Mint Museum Randolph. The Art of Reading tour is a free program that draws connections between art and literature, two of my passions. Our guide, docent Debbie Struble, spearheaded developmentRead more
A jagged hole marring one of the oak wall panels in the richly appointed library of Graylyn, once the second largest private home in North Carolina and now an international conference center, is all that remains of a Parisian loveRead more