Travel with Rick Steves
635 The Habsburgs; Lost in the Pond; Arabic Friends
Laurence Brown explores a few of the memos that must have gotten “lost in the pond” between the US and Britain. Zora O’Neill tells us how studying the Arabic language might not prepare you for talking to everyday people in today’s Arab world. And hear how the most important royal family in Europe earned their titles the old fashioned way — by marrying into them.
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637 Versailles; Reporting from West Africa; Orthodox Easter TraditionsNew York Times correspondent Dionne Searcey tells us about her work as the paper's West Africa bureau chief, where her team's reporting on the women kidnapped by Boko Haram won... Read more
636 Athens Neighborhoods; Digital Nomads; Venice LagoonAn American "digital nomad" tells us how he's figured out how to work from home, overseas in the Republic of Georgia. Guides from Athens tell us how their city became... Read more
635 The Habsburgs; Lost in the Pond; Arabic FriendsLaurence Brown explores a few of the memos that must have gotten "lost in the pond" between the US and Britain. Zora O'Neill tells us how studying the Arabic language... Read more
482a Sevilla April Fair; Walking England; City SquaresA tour guide from Sevilla explains how the annual April Fair will animate her city again when the pandemic is finished. Guides from England share their favorite places to enjoy... Read more