Germany

By Monique Burns Exploring the Baltic led me on a watery course.  I followed in the wake of the Hanseatic League, powerful traders who, for more than six centuries, plied that great sea and the mighty rivers flowing into it.  I toured Hamburg, the world’s second-largest port, renowned for art,

[SlideDeck2 id=13332]   Story & photos by Julie Maris/Semel A brief weekend in Dresden is equivalent to tasting streusel on a warm German coffee cake. One needs time to experience the depth of art and culture within the restored Baroque and Renaissance architectural gems.   From the top of Frauenkirche’s

by Geri Bain and Jenny Keroack Inspired by the grand tours of aristocrats past and the more recent adventures of TV’s Gilmore Girls, 18 year old Jenny Keroack proposed that she and her mom, travel writer Geri Bain take their own grand voyage. This summer the two set out to

Inspired by the grand tours of aristocrats past and the more recent adventures of TV’s Gilmore Girls, 18 year old Jenny Keroack proposed that she and her mom, travel writer Geri Bain take their own grand voyage. This summer the two set out to share as much of the Old

A balcony on the MS Europa. By Dalma Heyn When I tell you that the MS Europa is the only cruise ship on the high seas awarded not just five stars by the 2010 Berlitz Guide to Cruising and Cruise Ships, but five stars plus, I know what you're going

“…everything old is not only new again, but downright cutting-edge”