Cruise and Group Expert Emma Warren of Cruise Holidays of Topeka joins Ken to review her upcoming 14-day round trip Vancouver to Alaska cruise with Holland America line that she is escorting in September of 2023.
If you are visiting Vienna whether it is on an independent holiday, a guided tour or a river cruise, you might wish to take in a performance of the Spanish Riding School, world famous for its Lipizzaner horses and dressage.
Madeira is an archipelago situated in the Atlantic Ocean about 500 kilometers from the closest land, in this case the continent of Africa.
You are booked on a cruise that begins or ends in Southampton, England. This is a busy port city of a million plus inhabitants. It is situated on the south coast of England in the county of Hampshire. Let’s look at ...
You might be forgiven if you have never heard of this archipelago of six larger islands, and many more smaller ones, in Norway. It’s not on the usual cruise lists of ports of call, or in the glossy brochures ...
A visit to Pompeii is a popular shore excursion for any cruise line that stops in Naples, Italy as it is not far distant from the port.* For background, Pompeii was a Roman city that was decimated in the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius ...
Trieste is an important seaport in the Gulf of Trieste at the head of the Adriatic. It is the capital of the Friuli Venezia Guilia region of Italy bordering on Slovenia and Croatia.
Did you know that Edinburgh is the most popular city to visit in Britain after London? Located in eastern Scotland on the Firth of Forth, it is the Scottish capital, center of finance, education and law in the north, as well as a major tourist draw.
Dick Knoll and and Tim Hersh of Cruise Holidays of Topeka join Ken to review Alaska cruises for 2022 and celebrate Holland America's 75 years of service to Alaska.
Most North American tourists when planning a visit to Europe often forget about Andorra, a small country sandwiched in the Pyrenees between France and Spain. At only 180 square miles, perhaps these vacationers can be forgiven their oversight.