travel

June 13, 2014

Switzerland: Where The Grass Truly Is Greener

A few weeks back, laid out some initial impressions of Switzerland after about a week of travel by foot, bike and train through Lausanne, the Berner Oberland and […]
June 5, 2014

Progressive Field: Baseball Gameday Guide

Baseball history runs deep in the Forest City. Hall of Fame names like Larry Doby and Bob Feller immediately come to mind. Over time, the Cleveland […]
June 3, 2014

IMPRESSIONS FROM TRAVELING SWITZERLAND

Originally published at Article 3. After spending the past week week in Switzerland, what has struck me the most is the prioritization of pedestrians. That’s not […]
May 19, 2014

Off To Switzerland

Trains crisscrossing the countryside into the city. Green pastures surrounded by mountains to climb on foot or by bike. Oh, and chocolate. Switzerland has left me […]
April 25, 2014

Traveling Arizona Reveals Two Very Different Sides

I landed at Phoenix’s SkyHarbor airport straight from Belgium. If you want a jarring juxtaposition of American life versus European, fly straight from a city with roots […]
April 8, 2014

Cycling Belgium’s Tour of Flanders with BMC Switzerland

Nobody riding with the BMC Granfondo Experience team got more than four hours of shuteye before taking on the Tour Of Flanders — a 245 kilometer […]