Category Archives: Literary travel

Many people visit far away places and experience foreign cultures through books. A new form of travel combines the literary world with actual travel.

A Ramble on the Appian Way

Ancient Rome comes alive on the Appian Way. This eight-mile walk takes four hours at an easy pace. Come back another day to linger; today you’re a Roman citizen off to your country estate, drinking in the ambiance. Bring water … Continue reading

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Travel pain?

Peter Greenberg, the journalist known as “The Travel Detective”, is preparing to launch a new weekly travel program. Some of the publicity he’s creating to generate viewership reached my desk and grabbed my attention. PG writes: “We get it. You’re frazzled. You’re tired and now you’re … Continue reading

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