St Marks Basilica in Venice, Italy
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May 28, 2014, No comments

Just beyond the two pillars marking the entrance to Venezia, or Venice, is the glorious St. Mark’s Basilica. Containing the remains of St. Mark, this church is considered to be one [...]

A view of Wenceslas Square in Prague

Daily Wanderlust: Prague’s Wenceslas Square

May 14, 2014, 2 Comments

It’s cold. And dark, even though it is nearly 11 a.m. in Czech Republic’s capital city. We’ve walked from the Muzeum tram stop in Pr ...

The Sofitel So Bangkok

Daily Wanderlust: the Bangkok Bathtub Edition

May 13, 2014, No comments

Bangkok. That never-ending skyline which spreads in all of its sky-scraping glory across the horizon. On descent into the capital of Thailand, most da ...

A rainbow in Koh Samui

Daily Wanderlust: Rainbows in Koh Samui

March 4, 2014, No comments

Koh Samui can be described in one word: paradise. Yes, this gorgeous island located in southern Thailand offers paradise to travelers in need of a bre ...

  • The historic Downtown Frostburg
    Daily Wanderlust: Downtown Frostburg
    January 24, 2014, No comments

    The Western Maryland college town of Frostburg charms me every time I go. It’s not just because my artist brother (M Edelman Art) lives there, but because the town is [...]

  • The majestic Alhambra in Granada, Spain
    Daily Wanderlust: Alhambra, Granada
    January 15, 2014, No comments

    Somewhere between the sweet hookah smell drifting through the market and the quaint streets, I fell in love with the magical Andalusian town of Granada. In the rain, my friend [...]

  • The Prague skyline
    Daily Wanderlust: The skyline of Prague
    January 6, 2014, 4 Comments

    Prague. A beautiful, magical city that instantly whisks visitors into a world of old and new merged together. Where palaces and modern life smash together in the most beautifully chaotic [...]

  • The view from a top the bell tower in Split, Croatia.
    Daily Wanderlust: Split from above
    September 23, 2013, 8 Comments

    It’s been nearly four years since I started d travels ’round. In that time, I have traveled much of Europe, parts of Africa, SE Asia and have become an expat in [...]

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