Posts in the Category: Europe
Long before Coachella, Burning Man, Glastonbury and, even, Lollapalooza, there were church festivals. Yes, my friends, church festivals.
On any given summer night in my hometown of Greensburg, Pennsylvania, you could find one. With its neon … Read More →
The magnificence of Venice smacks you in the face as soon as you step out of Santa Lucia railway station.
The city’s magic lies in the fact that Venice feels like its floating, thanks to the … Read More →
There are only 47 days until spring and I couldn’t be happier about that. It’s been a cold winter. Heck, it’s even cold right now in Florida, where we’re at the moment with Beth’s parents. … Read More →
I first met the mighty Danube River in Serbia. But it wasn’t until our river cruise with Gate 1 Travel a year later that I really got to know the Danube and … Read More →
We’ve been extremely fortunate to travel all through Italy. Beth and I love the country. We get it. We get the people. We get the food. And most of all we get the passion. Beth … Read More →
We set off along the Danube in search of a wine tavern. I’d heard there were a few in Nussdorf–the town just south of the river docks that was quite now that autumn had set … Read More →
Things came full circle for me in Modena, Italy, this year. I finally caught the syrupy dragon I had been chasing for years.
In the early days of our blog, we took an Read More →