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Paris Day 1 - The Circumnavigation

Start: top left corner of the map. Walk “downhill”. Take a slight wrong turn. End up at Arc de Triomf. Realise your new camera’s lens does not zoom in or out; time to be creative. 196 more words


Singapore Heritage Fest 2015: Balestier Food Trail

It’s time for Singapore Heritage Fest again! This year, the festival was held from mid-April to May. It’s one of my favorite time of the year because there were lots of (free!) guided walks to choose from, and guided walk was my absolute favorite thing to do when traveling (or not traveling, as was the case here). 1,896 more words

Not Traveling

Exploring Guilin City

According to the official travel website of Guilin, the region “has long been one of the world’s most famous travel destinations.” Those who have trodden on its soil and traversed its waterways only have beautiful words about the place. 841 more words


Angelino Heights Walking Tour

It’s been said that no one walks in L.A., but not everyone has been to Angelino Heights. Hidden in the hills high above Echo Park Lake, this is one of the last remaining Victorian Neighborhoods in Los Angeles. 48 more words


The Twickenham Historical District

The first time I’d heard the name Twickenham, I thought it sounded like “Twinkie,” and I had laughed and laughed.  I had recently moved to Huntsville as a single, in search of a teaching job, and one of my college buddies had invited me to worship with her and her husband at Twickenham Church of Christ.   160 more words

Sweet Home

Vienna: A City Made for Walking

It is no exaggeration to say that Vienna stole my heart. Unexpectedly, as most great affairs begin, I completely fell in love with the city. Its charming, and lively, and just so pretty.  507 more words

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Connect to Your Community & Follow the Path of History

Join the Dots of Local History Through
Place-Based Educational Walking Tours

This summer, national history becomes place-based through a series of walking tours in Florence. Offered by the Sojourner Truth Memorial Committee, these tours will shed light on local connections to abolition, the Underground Railroad, and, of course, the many remarkable historical figures who spearheaded the radical movements of the 19th century. 288 more words

Hilltown Families