A visit to Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley with Lexington as its cultural epicenter will leave visitors full of great memories, historical knowledge, and great cuisine.
Many visitors to Lewiston come to explore the Snake River with its waters rushing through Hells Canyon, the deepest river gorge in the United States. A great way to experience the dramatic serpentine turns of the river is on a Snake Dancer Excursions jet boat.
This year marks New Orleans Tricentennial and the city, affectionately known as Nola, shows no signs of slowing down despite its age.
Day-tripping from Tokyo to Nikko is now practical by the new “Limited Express SPACIA” Tobu Railway train that cuts traveling time to less than two hours.
A long weekend getaway gave me the opportunity to test Club Med’s former slogan and my particular favorite, “The Antidote to Civilization.” Their new one is fine, “Where Happiness Means the World,” but I’m already happy enough, I just needed to tune out for a bit.
The Canary Islands, and particularly Tenerife, have been high on my “must visit places” on my bucket list for years but will only an inking as to the cause of this yearning.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park straddles the Tennessee and North Carolina borders. Its 800 square miles of natural and cultural treasures in the Southern Appalachians are just too magnificent and majestic to be contained in one state.
I timed my first visit to Wyoming’s capital of Cheyenne to coincide with the city’s annual Frontier Days, which has been kicking up dust since 1897. It’s evolved into the world’s largest outdoor rodeo and western celebration.
Waikoloa, is an island within an island. And a magnificent one at that.
During my Fine Art of Travel Photography workshops, participants often ask, “Where do I like to do on my vacations?” My stock answer is no matter where I go it’s a busman’s holiday. I can’t imagine boarding a flight at LAX without my camera equipment. It would be like leaving part of me behind.