Directional signs in Old Town, San Diego.

Sightseeing Old Town San Diego and Mission Hills

Sightseeing in Old Town San Diego and Mission Hills is a historical and architectural feast. From the city’s first graveyard to a two-century old home and plenty in between, you can easily spend an entire day strolling through San Diego’s history.

More than 300,000 soldiers from every U.S. military conflict are buried in Arlington National Cemetery.

Arlington National Cemetery and the Tomb of the Unknowns

The cemetery is a sprawling 200-acre burial site where more than 300,000 soldiers from every U.S. military conflict are buried. The uniform, white tombstones form an orderly quilt across the rolling green fields of the cemetery and are meticulously maintained. On average, more than two dozen funerals are held each weekday. Find out more about “Our Nation’s Most Sacred Shrine” at moon.com.

Black and white portrait of John Wilkes Booth standing next to a pillar.

Not Buried in Granbury?

According to the locals, three of American history’s most nefarious figures faked their own deaths, then ended up spending time in Granbury, Texas. Find out who they are in this interesting look into small-town Texas history.

A funicular descends on its track beside a colorful hillside neighborhood.

The Hills of Valparaíso, Chile

Valparaíso is a walker’s city with steep staircases, narrow alleyways, and amazing views. Author Wayne Bernhardson outlines the most prominent landmarks in each of the city’s main hill neighborhoods.