This museum encapsulates the 'old' Ulster. Within the folk museum, there is the unique opportunity to experience life back in the 'good ole days' and all in one place!
One of the most sacred places of Jerusalem, the tomb of King David, the shepherd boy who slew Goliath and became King of Israel...is the stuff that legends are made of and one of the most important sites in all Israel.
Delicious, quick and healthy! Totally gluten free stew on the stove!
The Dome of the Rock, to others The Temple Mount. Probably one of the most important and treasured places to visit on planet earth!
A delicious easy-to-cook, healthy economical meal.
Disputed, revered and fought over for centuries, the sites of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and The Via Dolorosa continues to compel every visitor to look beyond the flesh and question...
While Yad Vashem may be a difficult visit for some, it is, in my opinion, an essential visit for all...
Probably one of the most peaceful and serene places on the planet that you will ever visit, the Garden Tomb touches something tangible and deeply spiritual within all of us.
The Dead Sea Scrolls have to go down as one of the most incredible and exciting discoveries in the last 2000 years! Israel is home to an amazing museum in which you can experience history first-hand.
Two of the most compelling moments in biblical history are encapsulated in time in Jerusalem, Israel. The Mount of Olives and The Upper Room...
The Book of Kells, containing the four Gospels, has become one of the world's most important Christian artifacts.
Broadway? We all think musicals, right? Well, let me take you to a very different Broadway, one with an equally absorbing experience and like the Broadway of entertainment will heighten your senses by the singing of birds, the buzzing of bees and the dancing of horses hooves!
Built between 1696 and 1712, the buildings at Greenwich were originally constructed to serve as the Royal Hospital for Seamen. From 1873 to 1998 it became the training establishment for the Royal Navy and is steeped in British history. Visit this historical site!
Designed by Thomas Andrews and built alongside RMS Titanic, the tender to Titanic, the SS Nomadic transports you back in time...
As she continues to play host to royalty, nobility, film makers and visitors, Chatsworth House continues to work her magic on us all!
The Roswell UFO Museum in New Mexico is perhaps the most famous 'landing' site for aliens in the world. In 1947 some sort of airborne craft crash-landed in the desert near Roswell Air Force Base, hence the name.