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and for over 300 years it lay at the bottom of the Stockholm harbor. In the 1950's a private researcher began to search for her. He knew that wooden ships are preserved in the brackish waters of the Baltic. In more salty water, wood is rapidly destroyed by the ship...read more
Panamá, which is a true land bridge between North and South America, is home to more than 10,000 species of plants, 1,500 species of trees and nearly 1,000 species of birds. When searching for the right land trip or cruise, look for one that differentiates itself by...read more
Ecotourism Making an Impact: Minimum Footprint Perspective In 1920, there were an estimated 120 elephants left in the whole of South Africa. Today, Kruger National Park alone has over 9,000 elephants and 20,000 buffaloes. There are...read more
How to Get the Most Out of Your Italy Vacation Travel to Europe in the summer of 2004 may prove challenging, but with advance planning the rewards are vast and varied and yours to discover, such as walking to the front of the line at the Coliseum in Rome, or...read more
A place to celebrate the love of life in the heart of Alexander Valley There is still room at the table on the terrace overlooking the vineyards of Alexander Valley at the newly opened Francis Ford Coppola Winery restaurant near Geyserville. The 88-acre property...read more
We find ourselves laughing more than we have laughed in years. We experience a camaraderie that’s sometimes missing from their daily lives. We talk, eat or drink too much and return to our their day-to-day lives with more strength, self-confidence and self-worth....read more
Go off the the grid, feast on fresh-caught seafood and sink your toes into soft sand at my picks of the best island escapes, including the Caribbean, Hawaii, Bali, Easter Island, and Fiji. Bali Bali is my idea of heaven. On my fourth trip to Bali I was introduced to...read more
The French Impressionist's final home in Giverny is where Monet lived for 43 years, and painted every day in his gardens or studio. His water garden is perhaps the best known of all his subjects; weeping willows, a wisteria-draped Japanese bridge, water lilies,...read more
Travel Expert, Marybeth knows how to add an adrenaline rush to every vacation. My motto is "active days and comfortable nights" with a dash of adrenaline for the thrills. Here are my favorites from Europe, Canada and beyond. In the Swiss Alps I stepped into a safety...read more
We all lock our hotel room doors and make copies of our passports as precautions, but how many of us think about the “digital dangers” of traveling? Nearly everyone travels with a smartphone or laptop, making the possibility of loss, theft, data interception and hard...read more
httpv://www..com/watch?v=rRfrEIb_iIg Travel Expert, ranks at the top of google searches. How did she get there? Her brand, blog and National Geographic Travel Books have been featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show, CBS News, CNN, ABC, NBC, The New...read more
Aroma and the sweet taste of Perigord Truffles...and YES...from Australia. Expensive little fungi that the ancient Romans and Greeks though were an aphrodisiac. Well, I'm in good company; Louis XIV and Napoleon were also extremely fond of them. Black Truffle...read more