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A Trip to Jane Austen’s House

What happens when you follow your nose. Read More »

TV Review: Terra Nova – Premiering September 26 on FOX

Terra Nova: a sci-fi adventure family drama premiering next Monday on FOX. Read More »

The Cowardice of Bill Bryson

Bill Bryson is one of the most talented travel writers out there. And that talent is wasted. Read More »

Book Review: Expat Women: Confessions by Andrea Martins and Victoria Hepworth

Expat Women: Confessions is essential reading for new expats or anyone intending to move abroad. Read More »

Savoring Seattle

The iconic Pike Place Fish is the third stop of the morning and our tour guide keeps churning out the stories of this 103-year old Seattle market. Read More »

Book Review: Secret Florence by Niccolo Rinaldi

You think you know Florence? This unusual guide book takes you on a very different tour of the city. Read More »

Book Review: Sojourn, Virtual Evil, and Madman’s Dance (Time Rover Trilogy) by Jana Oliver

Jana Oliver's Time Rovers trilogy is a grand adventure in time travel in Victorian London with a spunky female heroine. Read More »

Czech Heritage in Texas: Kolaches and Good Folks in West, Texas

Save room for kolaches when traveling south of Dallas on I-35. Czech heritage is alive in Texas. Read More »

Book Review: Invisible Dawn: Book One of Altered Realities by Westin Kincade

Traveling through time and place to escape government assassins. Can this group of friends save themselves? Read More »

Cutting the Costs When Taking Your Mobile Phone Abroad

Is it worth bringing your phone on holiday? Well, maybe if you follow this advice. Read More »