Following the Footsteps of His Father in Germany

October 7 Patrick Majewski started planning his private tour in Germany in July, 2013 following a bus tour with his wife, Carol. One of the primary objectives of the trip was visiting sites where his father had been kept as a prisoner of war during World War II in Germany. During the last couple of […]

Blog Post Leads to Personal Visit to Ancestral Village and More

October 3 A blog post from a family tour we did back in 2006 resulted in Marv Rosen bringing his family to Germany to visit relatives, see ancestral villages and also take in some of the beautiful and historic countryside of Germany and the Netherlands. The Rosens visited Marklohe, Niedersachsen towards the end of their […]

Christmas Markets in Germany 2014

October 1 A last-minute opening for a tour of some of the charming Christmas Markets of Germany has opened for December 4 to approximately December 13 or 14. As all tours are custom-designed according to the interests of our clients, please contact us through our web site for more information and to make your booking.

New Way to Share Photos and Trip Memories

September 18 We just created some photo blogs for our recent guests so that they can easily, with the click of a mouse, share photos and memories of their trip with friends and relatives around the world. John and Janis in England Dolores Petit’s First Trip to Ancestral Germany Steve and Debbie’s First Trip to […]

Jet Lag Tips That Make Sense

September 16 By Amy Capeta Today Fatigue, impaired memory, inability to concentrate, change in mood, digestive issues … all symptoms of jet lag, all no fun. While it’s impossible to prevent jet lag, there are ways to minimize its effects. “The fundamental definition of jet lag is that there’s a misalignment between the internal clock […]

Edinburgh’s Royal Mile

Sept 3 A stroll down Edinburgh’s historic Royal Mile from the castle perched atop a 350 million year old volcanic rock down to Holyrood Castle takes one through centuries of Scottish history. It also opens a window on the rich pageant of life along this famed avenue.

Castle Combe is England’s Frozen in Time Village

Sept 1 A stop in Castle Combe is a must while visiting England’s Cotswolds district. The hamlet is nearly perfect. All that would be needed to make it 100% so would be if the locals all dressed in period costume, say around 1801, and if they got around on horseback instead of in cars. Even […]