On our latesst trip to DC, we take a fresh look at the National AFAM Museum. It was even more impressive the second time around. Some of the exhibits are breaktaking while others are hard to look at because of the sheer brutality involved. I have learned that there can be no American History without… Read More »No Trip to DC is complete without visiting the AFAM museum
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most popular National Park in the country and hosts well over ten-million annual visitors. Still not impressed? It gets more annual visitors than the Grand Canyon, Yosemite, and Yellowstone combined. This beautiful mountain range reaches towering heights of nearly seven-thousand feet, but is famous for its magical, smokyhaze.
This young lady was about three feet from our jeep while on safari in Mkuze, South Africa. The videos I have of her are breathtaking. We were accommodated at Leopard Mountain Safari Lodge during our stay.
Cochem, Rhineland-Palatinate Population: 4,998 Walking through small towns in Germany is a bit like flipping through the pages of a storybook—think perfectly preserved half-timbered homes, painted churches, and cobblestone streets lined with wrought-iron signs and potted plants. But these places are very much real, and very much worth renting a car (or rail pass) for.… Read More »Best small towns to visit in Germany