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Category Archives: heritage tourism
The rainwater and snowmelt that flooded southwest France just over a week ago has finally receded. The normally tranquil Gave de Pau river rose as much as 15 feet, spilling over its banks and pouring into medieval towns across the Pyrenees. … Continue reading
I missed the Instagram memo and decided to start a Flickr Photostream instead. I like the use of the Flickr portfolio to share images and videos more than the actual social media component of Instagram, though I’m sure each service … Continue reading
My two-day local heritage tour ended with a chilly visit to Sagamore Hill National Historic Site. Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of United States, passed seven summers here between 1902 and 1908. A native of Manhattan, Roosevelt grew up visiting this part … Continue reading
Today was a good day for a brief heritage tour of Long Island’s historic landmarks. Here are select photographs I took while driving through Cold Spring Harbor, Huntington, Oyster Bay, and Laurel Hollow. Located on the north coast of Suffolk County, these gorgeous seaside … Continue reading
I always appreciate people informing me of ongoing projects in cultural heritage preservation and heritage tourism. Sharing information about their work, whether in initial stages of planning or full-scale operation, allows me to then spread the word and further develops … Continue reading