Europe

December 10, 2016

Empty Venice: Italy’s Endangered City Without People

What can I possibly say about Venice that hasn’t already been said? It’s the City of Water, of Masks, of Canals, of Bridges, or “La Dominante” and […]
December 8, 2016

Eating Rome: Dining Like the Locals in Rome’s Testaccio Neighborhood

I’m not one for group tours, but Eating Europe Food Tours is the exception. Their shtick is to take a small group of travelers, say six, to lesser-traveled […]
December 1, 2016

Hiking Siebengebirge and Taking in the Drachenburg Christmas Market

Schloss Drachenburg. In English, Dragon Castle — basically the name any five-year-old boy would rightly name their own castle. Germany is littered with impressive castles, so a […]
November 22, 2016

Elizabeth Becker, Author of Overbooked, Talks Tourism and its Impact

Elizabeth Becker, author of Overbooked: The Exploding Business of Travel and Tourism, joins Without A Path to talk about the industry’s impact around the world, from lessons […]
November 20, 2016

Ibiza, Spain is More Than What the Stereotypes Suggest

Geography is not a strong suit among my countrymen and women. Before moving to Costa Rica, some asked if it was an island. Though I may […]
November 10, 2016

4 Thoughts on Being an Immigrant in the Age of President Trump

Given the shocking results of Tuesday’s U.S. Presidential election, I wanted to chime in to share my brief experience of being an immigrant in Germany. It […]