Have your kids ever asked you what life was like for people the Stone Age? What did they eat? What kind of houses did they have?
Dry. Dull. Heavy. Boring. Scribbles in the margins. Remember those history books of yore, when it was all you could do to scan a page without dozing off? They made history seem dusty, uninteresting, BORING.ShareThis
I know you, dear wandering educators. I know you’re always on the lookout for bookshops while you travel (because, well, BOOKS).ShareThis
Located on an alleyway a block before the main drag in Saugatuck is a portal to the UK. What is this portal, you ask? None other than long-time local favorite Chequers. It's a British pub that takes you straight to England.
Context, organizer of critically acclaimed walking tours, expands its program in Vienna with Gilded Ambition: a Tour of Schönbrunn Palace, a walk within the spectacular interiors of the Habsburgs’ summer residence and a close consideration of the interwoven history of the Habsburg Monarchy.
Wandering Educators: I saw this post on street food in Mongolia, and knew it would be a perfect match for your interests (and travels). I asked the UB Post if we could republish it; indeed as you can see, they said yes.