Travel with Rick Steves
683 English Country Gardens; On Becoming a Gardener; In Praise of Wasting Time
English tour guides share their enthusiasm for enjoying the riot of color and inspiration you’ll find in England’s best country gardens. Then author Catie Marron explains how she designed and planted a garden as a way to feel a sense of belonging in her new home. And physicist Alan Lightman explains why it’s healthy to give yourself a little unstructured time every day just for goofing off.
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689 Ambassador to Bulgaria; Senior Nomads 2022; Himalaya HikeDiplomat and former ambassador Eric Rubin gives us a look at how the foreign service works on behalf of American interests in Bulgaria. Then "Senior... Read more
688 Maeve Higgins’ County Cork; Southwest England; Glasgow CoolHumorist Maeve Higgins recommends places to visit in her home turf of Ireland's County Cork. Then tour guides from southwest England share their expert advice... Read more
687 More California Day Trips; Olmsted Bicentennial; Celebrating Eastern EuropeTravel writer Chris Baker returns with more ideas for fun day trips from LA and San Francisco, including his home base of Palm Springs. Then... Read more
579a Kerouac’s Firewatch; Erosion; USA National ParksBritish travel writer Dan Richards describes his hike to the remote post in Washington's North Cascades where Jack Kerouac spent two months as a fire... Read more