Travel Reading List: Novels Set in Georgia and the Carolinas

Gone With the Wind; Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil; Shoeless Joe (well, sort of) — some of the most classic works of American literature are set in the Carolinas and Georgia. Native Jim Morekis has compiled a list of required reading for literary times looking to enrich their experience while visiting these stalwart southern states.

Prague’s John Lennon Peace Wall

Lennon’s legacy lives on in this tribute wall in Prague. After his assassination, despite repeated warnings from the state, fans of Lennon’s music, as well as believers of his message of peace, would slip into the square unnoticed to write down their own “rebellious” thoughts on the politics of life and love.

A Primer on Hungarian Paprika

If you weren’t aware of paprika’s popularity before landing in Hungary, you most certainly will be when you get here. Before visiting, brush up on the eight types of the spice you’re bound to encounter there.

Enjoying Budapest’s Thermal Baths: Tips for First-timers

Thermal baths are a distinct part of Hungarian culture, and while a visit to one can be pretty intimidating to a first-timer, it will also be one of the most rewarding experiences on your trip if you forgo your initial shyness and plunge right in.

Discover the Grand Canyon

Arizona’s Grand Canyon is a place of grand drama and serene vistas, so vast and varied that each visitor will experience it from a different perspective.

Music and Dance Festivals in Colombia

From the parks of Bogotá, ciudad de la música, to the great plains of the Llanos in the east, Colombia is a country where music and dance flourishes. There are plenty of festivals where travelers can see the best dancers, pick up a few moves, and get their groove on.