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and a private tour to boot ;)

There are distinct advantages to having a mother who has been a castle tour guide for the last 30 plus years and we had no shame in making the most of them to get her to give us a private tour of Rockingham Castle before we started having to scatter to the four winds last week. 161 more words


Did you know…..?

Be the geek at the back of your tour group with facts not even the guides all know.


The First Lady Will Be A Washington DC Tour Guide For Some CPS Students!

Students from 18 different Chicago Public Schools are on their way to Washington DC.

The high school students left on buses yesterday to go to our national’s capitol and tour Howard University.  54 more words



Chinatown is one of the most popular destinations in San Francisco, and has the distinction of being the oldest and the densest Chinatown outside of mainland China. 316 more words


American Guide #80 Pasadena Scottish Pies and Drums

Laddie and lassie, get your kilts and stockings in order! Bro Mitchell Shaffer had a gig at The House of Blues the other night. As we arrived for a sound check, The Pasadena Scottish Drums and Pipes Band were getting down with a sound check of their own! 14 more words

The Art of Book Making

Talking photo book
paper types (and creativity)
with photographer Dan Milnor

I was never any good at math. The exactness was what I always had an issue with, preferring subjects like English and History where there were versions of a story or options when it came to how something ended. 456 more words


How to Pack Your Life Into a Backpack or Suitcase

This post is predominantly aimed at long term travellers

The time has come to pack my bags again, and with the great uncertainty of not knowing how long I will be away for, it makes it even harder to pack my life into a backpack. 1,684 more words