Travel

Travel: Death Valley – Your Next National Park Experience

Story and photos by Cheryl Levitan F or years, we have ventured around the world searching out unusual destinations. COVID put a hold on much of that but, in so doing, opened our eyes to the...

Travel: Vacationing Closer to Home

Story and Photos by Cheryl L. Hosman Dieter I am in the Big Foot country of Northern California, heading toward the southern Oregon coast. Like many Americans who are COVID weary and tired of staring at...

Travel: Malta, A Plateful of History

Story and Photos by Cheryl Levitan T here are more than 200 islands in the Mediterranean, but 90 percent of tourists stay on just 10 percent of them.File Malta into that "lesser-visited" group. Situated close to...

Travel: Trapped In Paradise, My cure for Travel Fatigue

Text and Photos by Sabrina Sabbagh   W hen you’re in a new city every few days, they can begin to blend together. Skylines start to feel familiar and even beaches become interchangeable, no matter how spectacular...

Travel: Small Towns with Big Attractions

Text by Victor Block   B ig cities have a lot going for them. New York's theater district, the monuments and museums in Washington, and major attractions of other urban centers draw visitors from throughout the country...

Traveler’s Trek: Heidelberg, Germany – History, Romance and the Unexpected

Text and Photos by Cheryl Levitan   W hen you think of Germany, if you envision fairy tale forests, cuckoo clocks and castles perched on hills, you are imagining the country’s southwestern region of Baden. Home to the...

Traveler’s Trek: Virtual Visits to Places Near and Far

Text and Photos by Victor Block   I f you've pushed to the back burner dreams of visiting the Big Sur region of California, relaxing on a beach in Australia or mingling with Mickey Mouse at Walt Disney...

Traveler’s Trek: Back to Travel? Consider Amsterdam – Quintessentially Quirky

Text and Photos by Cheryl Levitan   T he year 2020 is behind us and the spring of 2021 is at hand. How appropriate that a year that holds both uncertainty and promise should end in the number...

Traveler’s Trek: Reminiscing – Wine Tasting and Hot Air Balloon Rides in Temecula

Text and Photos by Corey Noelle   W ith the holiday season in the rear view mirror, it is time to find something to look forward to for the new year. If you are among those still working...

Traveler’s Trek: Dreaming and Planning – New York’s Central Park Reimagined

Text and Photos by Cheryl Levitan   C oronavirus, wildfires, blackouts, canceled travel — there’s not been much to love about 2020. Plans to fly to Maryland to celebrate my spunky mom’s 95th birthday? Ditched. Desires to travel...