Spend the New Year in Key West: the First Mile of Sun in the U.S.
January 6, 2016
For travelers looking for a mid-winter haven there is one place where Americans can feel as though they have entered another world, without needing a passport. It is the one place in the United States...
Boston: The Mayflower Compact and the Spirit of Freedom
November 26, 2015
As the weather cools and fresh turkey advertisements lead the newspaper shopping section, Americans plan for their Thanksgiving holiday. In school, children study pilgrims as the people who bartered with local Indians for fresh meat...
Shakespeare the Travel Writer Part I: Bermuda and the Tempest
September 30, 2015
William Shakespeare has been subject to academic study enough times to rival the number of performances of the Bard’s plays. Still, there is an aspect of the playwright not often explored, that of travel writer....