There’s a magical place in the middle of Arizona that boasts a colorful painted desert. The Petrified Forest is part of the National Park Service and just may be my favorite park outside of the Grand Canyon. After all, where else can you truly walk […]
What is a Texan girl to do when she wants to get lost in Calabria, Italy? Guest writer Cherrye Moore of My Bella Vita has the perfect place to wander solo among the ghosts of Calabrian archaeology and Italy’s ancient past! Sometimes when I have […]
The island Republic of Malta offers visitors a mix of the ancient world with modern amenities bathed in the warmth of the Mediterranean sun.
Fixer upper: Expansive Italian villa with breathtaking, panoramic views, 1.7 acres, its own cistern and outdoor baths and plenty of wild goats to keep you company. As one who sets out to see every Roman archaeological site possible, I climb where ancient Romans tread…I climb…and […]
So much of the dark wondrous history of Naples lies steps below the modern metropolis, back in time, down to the Catacombs of San Gennaro, (Via Capodimonte 13, Naples) off the beaten path. The paleo-Christian site lies a good 20-30 minute bus ride north of […]