Archive for the ‘Historic/Museums’ Category

My Favorite Ethnic Spots in NYC

My Favorite Ethnic Spots in NYC
By guest blogger Samantha Wilson. Photos Copyright © Samantha Wilson. I LIVE A FEW hours from NYC but any time I have a chance to visit some of the amazing ethnic spots, I take it. My most recent trip was in the beginning of July when I traveled with one of my sisters for a two-day stay. The two of...
September 12th, 2011 | GUEST BLOGGERS, USA MAINLAND, Historic/Museums, STREET LIFE, WALKING/HIKING | Read More

The Citadel in Cluj-Napoca, Romania

The Citadel in Cluj-Napoca, Romania
By staff writer Estrella Azul. Photos Copyright © Estrella Azul. IF YOU’VE READ my previous travel articles here on Milliver’s Travels, you know for a fact that I love walking. That is why one afternoon a few weeks ago, I decided to go for a walk. But not how I’ve decided and never...
August 31st, 2011 | STAFF, EUROPE, Historic/Museums | Read More

Biltmore Estate, North Carolina

Biltmore Estate, North Carolina
Story by guest blogger Ann McElfresh. Photos Copyright © Ann McElfresh. During our cross-country trip, my husband and I had the pleasure of stopping at Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina. The Biltmore is an amazing piece of architecture and a model of planning; a true testament to American...
August 13th, 2011 | GUEST BLOGGERS, USA MAINLAND, Historic/Museums | Read More

My Three Most Favorite Attractions in Paris

My Three Most Favorite Attractions in Paris
By staff writer Estrella Azul. Photos Copyright © Estrella Azul. In my previous article for Milliver’s Travels I covered walking through Paris. Some of my most marvelous memories are walking through secret found places, and the streets I recognized after walking down them even only once the previous...
July 26th, 2011 | STAFF, SERIES, EUROPE, Historic/Museums | Read More

Summer Vacations at My Grandma’s House, Poland, Ohio

Summer Vacations at My Grandma’s House, Poland, Ohio
Story by guest blogger Julia Munroe Martin. Photos Copyright © Milli Thornton and Julia Munroe Martin. Preface from Milli: My guest blogger today, Julia Munroe Martin, is an online friend. I first read this story on her writing blog, wordsxo, exactly one week ago. Not only was I enchanted with her story,...
July 23rd, 2011 | GUEST BLOGGERS, USA MAINLAND, Historic/Museums, MEMORIES, ★ Rewind 4 | Read More

Taj Mahal: Emperor’s Symbol of Eternal Love for His Wife

Taj Mahal: Emperor’s Symbol of Eternal Love for His Wife
Story by guest blogger Akshat Choudhary. Photo Copyright © Akshat Choudhary. ENAMORED AND ENCHANTED by one of the most popular tourist destinations of India since I was a kid, it did not take much convincing to get off a couple of stations early on an impulse to finally experience the Taj Mahal. Taj...
July 13th, 2011 | GUEST BLOGGERS, Historic/Museums, INDIA | Read More

Bill Stumpf, Character and Site Interpreter, Drake Well Museum

Bill Stumpf, Character and Site Interpreter, Drake Well Museum
Story by Milli Thornton. Photos & video Copyright © Brian Williams. “Most of us are covered in oil, from the toes on up, because of all the thousands of products made from oil.” So goes the opening to a fascinating spiel by Bill Stumpf, speaking for the Drake Well Museum located outside of...
May 28th, 2011 | VIDEOS, STAFF, Historic/Museums, CHARACTERS | Read More