Story and Photos by Katherine Rodeghier Prussia’s King Frederick the Great was one conflicted character, and the Germans honor him, especially in Potsdam where his summer palace ranks as the top tourist site. “Old Fritz” despised women, talked philosophy with Voltaire for hours on end, loved playing his flute and adored his pet dogs so…
Review by Vago Damitio The $100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau Let me get this out of the way. I like Chris Guillebeau. I haven’t met him in person, but I’ve been connected with him on social media for quite a while now, I subscribe to his email newsletter and I think he’s one smart dude. I…
By Katherine Rodeghier Bremen’s Rathaus, or city hall, dates back more than 500 years and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Photo by Katherine Rodeghier, c 2012 Hopping off the tram leading from the railway station to central Bremen leaves me disoriented, and the moonless night doesn’t help. The heart of this old German city,…
Each Friday, I will bring you the highlights here at the Vagobond Travel Museum.
The vastness of the Arizona Painted Desert stretches out all around me, home to the nameless dead.
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Due to its proximity to the Grand Canyon, Williams is a thriving cluster of motels and tourist dives.
Istanbul is an emotional state more than a place.
Each turn of the mother road holds shuttered motels forever locked at “no vacancy”. In those now boarded up rooms, men and women once held each other with the thrill of new love throbbing through their wide open veins.