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  • Cruise Through history

    To add meaning & delight to your travels

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  • Sherry Hutt

    author of cruise through history

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  • July 22nd, 2019

    Ever Been to Bantry Island, Ireland

    Bantry was home to a great estate, Bantry House, whose lord spotted the French ships coming to assist Irish rebellion in 1797 and alerted the British.
    Bantry House is a museum open for tea and tours, also a B &
  • July 18th, 2019

    Come for a Tour of Portmeirion, Wales

    On the extreme northwest corner of Wales, in an idyllic cove, there is a fantasy escape engineered by a Welsh architect with abundant creativity and a sense of fun. Fortunately, his neighbors enjoyed watching the project grow. Over a period

  • July 15th, 2019

    Robert Burns Country Alloway Scotland

    Robert Burns was born in a cottage in Alloway Scotland in 1759.  In his 37 years, the much loved national poet of Scotland traveled and almost left the country for the West Indies to rid himself of lady problems.  He
  • July 11th, 2019

    Andrew Carnegie Birth Place in Dunfermline Scotland

    Edinburgh was in its Golden Age of bright stars in science, art and economics in the early nineteenth century, when Andrew Carnegie was born in 1835 in Dunfermline Scotland, outside of the big city on the Firth of Fourth. Dunfermline

  • July 08th, 2019

    Stone of Scone and Scone Palace – Part 2

    Two claims of the stone are made today. First is that the stone, which Edward placed beneath his throne, was an imposter stone, gathered by his troops to placate the insistent king. The real stone lies hidden today, perhaps under

  • July 04th, 2019

    Stone of Scone and Scone Palace – Part 1

    In the lowlands of Scotland, not far from Edinburgh is Scone, a place of ritual for thousands of years. In 841 CE it became the site for coronation of kings of Scotland. The story of Scone and the Stone of