San Gimignano Photo by Christine Salins

An Insightful Tour of Umbria and Tuscany

by Maurie O'Connor


.... the ambience and beauty of these small villages that date back to Etruscan and Roman times.

Wines, Wiener Schnitzel and the Viennese Heurigen

by Melanie Votaw


Travel writer Melanie Votaw sips Viennese wines and samples traditional Austrian dishes, just as the Viennese have done over the centuries.
A Fitbit can keep track of every step on the road (c) Fitbit, Inc. FWT Magazine.

WiFi And Staying Connected Abroad

by Trisha Miller


Travel writer Trisha Miller eliminates the stress of getting online while traveling overseas with GlocalMe - a mobile hotspot that works in 100+ countries.
The former Hotel Ponce de Leon, now Flagler College

My Hometown: St. Augustine, Florida

by Debi Lander


Travel writer Debi Lander reflects on her hometown of St. Augustine, Florida, a town that recently celebrated 450 years since its founding by Spaniard Pedro Menendez.

India with Intention: Engaging to Embrace Ancient New Notions

by Christine Tibbetts


Take your heart to India, not just your sightseeing eyes. Expect your ears to inform you of wondrous new notions.

My Contender for Europe’s Top Secret Destination is (shhhh) Vitoria-Gasteiz!

by Janice Nieder


Travel writer Janice Nieder selects Vitoria-Gasteiz in Basque Country as Europe's top destination, outlining where to stay and what to see, eat and do.
Naoussa, Greece

Discovering Naoussa: A Trip to the Land of the Xinomavro Grape

by Cori Solomon


Travel writer Cori Solomon discovers the vineyards and wineries of Naoussa, Greece - and at the same time develops an appreciation of the Xinomavro grape.
View of Salzburg, Austria

Roaming about Salzburg: A Walking Tour of “The Sound of Music” Sites

by Amy Trotter Houston


Salzburg, Austria is a magical panorama of weathered spires and domes topping Baroque facades with the stately fortress standing sentry and mountains just beyond. Add in pealing church bells and it’s pure bliss.

From Zeus’ Daughter to Jesus’ Mother, Ephesus Has Always Known How to Draw a Crowd

by Elizabeth Willoughby


Ephesus, in Turkey, is one of the most famous cities of antiquity. Dating back to the Neolithic Age, its heyday was the Hellenistic and Roman periods.
Cuisine Wat Damnak

Cuisine Wat Damnak: Siem Reap, Cambodia

by Anita Breland


In March 2015, Cuisine Wat Damnak, in Siem Reap, Cambodia was named S. Pellegrino Best Restaurant in Cambodia, and one of Asia's 50 Best Restaurants. Thanks to owner and Chef Joannès Rivière, the Cambodian table has hit the big time.