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  • Your official guide to macarons in Paris

    Paris provides all kinds of delicate joys unlike any other place in the world. Crepes, eclairs, and croissants galore, to name a few! Perhaps, above all, guests seek out the ultimate melt-in-your-mouth token of sweetness that is the macaron. So, as traveling begins to reopen for this glorious summer season,… Read More
  • The Six Wives of Henry VIII

    Who were the six wives of Henry VIII? He became one of Britain’s most famous monarchs. Egotistical, paranoid and desperate for a male heir, he broke with the Catholic church, made himself the head of the English Church, killed his friends who wouldn’t support him or couldn’t give him what… Read More

Your official guide to macarons in Paris

Paris provides all kinds of delicate joys unlike any other place in the world. Crepes, eclairs, and croissants galore, to name a few! Perhaps, above all, guests seek out the ultimate melt-in-your-mouth token of sweetness that is the macaron. So, as traveling begins to reopen for this glorious summer season,… Read More

The Six Wives of Henry VIII

Who were the six wives of Henry VIII? He became one of Britain’s most famous monarchs. Egotistical, paranoid and desperate for a male heir, he broke with the Catholic church, made himself the head of the English Church, killed his friends who wouldn’t support him or couldn’t give him what… Read More

How to get to Pompeii from Rome?

There is nowhere else on earth like the sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum, preserved by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 A.D. Understandably, millions of visitors visit the larger site of Pompeii each year, many of them taking a day trip down from Rome. The trip isn’t short, but… Read More

The Ides of March: How did Julius Caesar die?

Thanks to Shakespeare, everyone knows the name of Julius Caesar, the ancient Roman stabbed to death on the Ides of March by those he trusted. But why did Caesar have to die? As a successful military leader, Caesar rose to power in a short amount of time, intimidating the Senate. Read More