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Romantic Paris and Versaille

My heart raced as we made our way through the winding streets and narrow back alleyways of the Montmartre art district, passing patrons who were...

Top 5 German cities to visit in winter

Germany is known for cold, dreary winters, which are brightened considerably by the warmth and cheer of traditional village Weihnachtsmärkte and...

A twinkling star in Wiesbaden

December has arrived and with it, the familiar sights, sounds and smells of Christmas markets.

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Walk through history in Germany's oldest city

Once an ancient Roman captial, take a walk through history in Germany's oldest city — Trier.
©Karin J. Martinez, Hemingway’s short novel “The Old Man and The Sea” was written in 1951 in Bimini, Bahamas. It was the last major work of fiction by Hemingway published during his lifetime. The novel was the source of Hemingway’s Pulitzer Prize and subsequent Nobel Prize for Literature.

The Hemingway and Great War Museum

Fans of American writer Ernest Hemingway are able to visit his childhood home in Oak Park, Ill., the house where he lived and worked in Key West,...

Different varieties of mustard

Dijon: Much more than mustard

The city of Dijon, known for its namesake mustard, offers visitors more than gourmet condiments; there are numerous sightseeing experiences to make...

42 Hours in Paris

An assignment in Europe would not be complete without a trip to the “city of love.” Known for its numerous museums, churches and gardens, Paris is...

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