Barbara Zaragoza's Blog Posts

Temples, temples, temples. A dizzying number of Temples exist from Luxor to Aswan and...

“Most Egyptians think the pyramids are only blocks of stone,” our guide...

Bedtime stories in our house have always been about fairies and more fairies. Whenever...

German playwright, Bertold Brecht (1898 – 1956), loved women, experimental art,...

There’s nothing like French food and while Paris offers all sorts of culinary...

Tucked at the border of Germany and Switzerland, the medieval town of Schaffhausen touts...

Advertising ‘Wild Times in the Eastern Bloc,’ self-styled ‘Crazy Guides’ in...

They often travel by horse cart. During the summer months, they pick porcini and wild...

“Bears have been along this trail,” Dan Marin says, picking up two empty beechnut...

A two-lane road, called Sherman Avenue, runs from one end of the naval base to the...

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