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Buenos Aires

I first read about Buenos Aires in a Disney book Mom and Dad got me as a kid about countries. I remember the different Disney characters going to different countries and detailing in story about what there was to do in those places and their capital cities. 1,911 more words


A stroll through Old Cairo's Shari Al-Muiz Li-Din Allah

On our second tour of Old Cairo, we started at the southern wall  of Shari Al-Muiz Li-Din Allah through an arched entrance and walked past one beautiful building after another. 169 more words


Top 5 Ways to Stay Healthy at the Fair

1.Healthy Food Options

Fruit (fresh) on-a-stick; Veggie Pie – Food Building; Caribbean Fruit Smoothie – Liggett St.

JonnyPops (frozen fruit bars) on-a-stick – West End Market… 354 more words

Public History Journal Part 6: Working with What You Have

Historians who follow the curves of the “postmodern turn” like to talk about the limitations of human knowledge. Critical awareness of the historical and limited character of our own knowledge is healthy, but often the epistemological discussion among historians and historical theorists ends up advocating a kind of surrender to “narrative” and subjectivism. 496 more words


Rainy days in Amsterdam!

Sunday 16 August to Thursday 20 August
I was curious whether Amsterdam would reflect the image I had in my head, which consisted of crazy Dutch people flying by on bicycles, drugs and prostitutes at every corner, and gardens filled with tulips. 1,197 more words

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Apps and Heritage: Using Technology to tell Historic Stories

Written by: Robyn Pike

11,000 people homeless, four people dead, $13 million in property damage. The Great Fire of 1892 dramatically changed the City of St. 462 more words

Day 3 and 4 in Paris (part tour, part self guided)

Day 3 in Paris was a good twelve hours spent in Disneyland Paris. I guess, there’s nothing much for me to describe about Disneyland since it is virtually self explanatory. 1,713 more words

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