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  • Nestled high in the Arkansas Ozarks near the Missouri border is a small crystal cathedral. Despite its diminutive size, the chapel is world-famous, and it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000. You are cordially invited to visit my state and drink in its beauty.

    Visit My Beautiful Arkansas:  Thorncrown Chapel

    Visit My Beautiful Arkansas: Thorncrown Chapel

    by Doris James-MizBejabbers32

  • Back in the "strike-it-rich" days of the 1800s, prospectors put the scenic setting of Georgetown, Colorado on the map. Today, visitors are still lured there for its beauty as well as the casinos hoping to take home their own load of silver! Read on for a brief history and photo tour of Georgetown.

    Historic Georgetown, Colorado: A Famous Silver Mining Town

    Historic Georgetown, Colorado: A Famous Silver Mining Town

    by Peggy Woods47

  • Cambodia has a very tragic recent history. Some of the worst things man is capable of happened in the killing fields, which is one of the most tragic remains of that period. They are a must-see for visitors to Cambodia, though their contents are difficult to bear.

    Visiting the Killing Fields of Cambodia

    Visiting the Killing Fields of Cambodia

    by Sam Shepards3

  • Port Vila, Vanuatu, South Pacific. These romantic words conjure images of mysterious islands and an idyllic paradise bathed by the sun and lost in an emerald sea—an image not too far from the truth.

    Visiting Port Vila

    Visiting Port Vila

    by Anne Harrison14

  • I am 66 this year, and I am WWOOFing in Dorset. WWOOFing you ask? Is that something to do with regression and dogs? No. I haven't gone mad (yet). WWOOFing is an acronym for “Willing Workers On Organic Farms." Learn about my experience here.

    WWOOFing as an OAP

    WWOOFing as an OAP

    by Helen Lewis26

  • While visiting my sister in San Antonio, we made a trip to the hill country and visited LBJ's Texas White House. It was fascinating!

    Lyndon B. Johnson's Ranch in Texas

    Lyndon B. Johnson's Ranch in Texas

    by Sue Pratt2

  • A few hours by train from Florence, this 'City of Artists' is a Tuscan gem seemingly known to only a few tourists. Although Tuscany boasts many famous places, it also abounds with villages and towns worth a detour to discover, especially in the heat of summer when the rest of Italy is over-crowded.

    Walking Through Pietrasanta, Tuscany

    Walking Through Pietrasanta, Tuscany

    by Anne Harrison5

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