Traveling to different countries exposes you to their unique cultures. Not only will you learn about the local food, language and history, you’ll also get a glimpse into the culture’s quirks, especially when it comes to sleeping habits. So if you’re going to spend nights in unfamiliar territory, it’s best to know beforehand what sleeping patterns are the norm. Enjoy
Monthly Archives: September 2017
If you’re like me, you have a lot of devices connected to your internet router all the time: an Apple TV, Roku, smart phone, laptop, printer and video game systems. And that’s just in my home. Other people have WiFi connected scales, toothbrushes, lighting systems, refrigerators, door bell, baby monitors and more. Every time you add a new WiFi connected
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, visitors have much to choose from. Situated on Lake Michigan, Milwaukee offers the beach, boating, fishing, kayaking, and urban trails. With a population of about 600,000 people, Wisconsin’s largest city also hosts festivals several times a year, brewery tours, art and theater experiences, and museums — great museums. Explore the following four museums on your next visit to Milwaukee.
While on a Viking River Cruise excursion, I visited the Green Vault in Dresden, Germany. The museum, housed in Dresden Castle, is the largest collection of treasure in Europe. Founded by Augustus the Strong in 1723, it features a wealth of Baroque to Classicism artworks made of gold, silver and other precious metals; many encrusted with precious jewels.
An original love letter dated June 20, 1622 is displayed in a glass cabinet under a green velvet cover in The Lobkowicz Palace. Translated it reads in part: Zdenek Vojtech Popel, 1st Prince Lobkwicz to Polyxenia Lobkwicz My beloved, The good Capuchin friars are returning to Vienna so I have wanted to give them this letter, with which I kiss