One of our very favorite places on the East Coast, the beautiful city of Annapolis often gets overlooked in favor of its larger neighbors like Baltimore or Washington, DC. But Annapolis is a waterfront retreat, a college town, and a picture-perfect capital city full of fun things to do.
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Compared to other castles and palaces in Europe, Rosenborg Castle is welcoming and relatively modest at just 24 rooms.
Dallas is about BBQ and cowboys—both the football kind and the calf-roping kind—but it’s so much more than that, too.
Less than an hour from the heart of Rome are the ruins of an ancient city preserved by nature, much in the same way that the eruption of Mount Vesuvius stopped Pompeii in its tracks.
It can be so easy to overlook the history in your own backyard. Fascinating Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, has more than 20 historic Moravian sites that date back to 1741, each with its own story.
We could hear the dogs long before we could see them, but they seemed to know we were there.
Just a half-hour from Copenhagen, the Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde is home to the reconstructed remains of five Viking ships that date from the 11th century.
Our expectations of food in Maryland are high, and we were not disappointed on our food tour of charming St. Michaels, Maryland, on the state’s eastern shore.
Bergen exudes so much charm and small-town feel, you’d never know it’s actually Norway’s second largest city.
Jump in the waves, enjoy a fruity cocktail, and just relax at Rockley Beach.