Monthly Archives: November 2005

Roman Cathedral Crawl

The Traveler People in the “Rome Know” assure me you can visit a different church everyday for a year, and still not see them all. And I believe it, as there are an inordinately large number of churches in this ancient city. Not only does each have its own unique qualities, beauty and history, they… Read more »

Star struck

The Prague Post A new exhibit showcases Europe’s founding fathers of modern astronomy Prague at the beginning of the 17th century was the place to be for artists and scientists. Emperor Rudolf II’s interest in culture and science created an atmosphere of learning and creativity. The fledgling science of astronomy made some of its biggest… Read more »

Ski South

The Prague Post Austria and Italy Boast Good Snow, Great Skiing The Czech Republic offers numerous winter fun opportunities. But being so centrally located means you are that much closer to many different skiing and other outdoor winter activities. Both Austria and Italy offer a wide range of activities, events, accommodations, you name it, for… Read more »