On their trip to Poland, Regina and Pat take in two important cities of Europe: Warsaw and Krakow. This is an old culture and country, and there are many examples of its past and current glories, including three restored palaces that represent one of Polish history’s most powerful kings. Krakow, “The City of the Dragon,” was not destroyed during the World War II, and maintains its original old town square (one of the largest in all of Europe), along with most of its original buildings, significant and beautiful churches, and old castles.
Surrounded on three sides by ocean, Margaret River in Western Australia is a small peninsula nestled in a corner of paradise. Its thousands of miles of coastline and beaches hug coastal waters colored in endless shades of green and blue, and overall the region contains magical, deserted, primeval places just waiting to be explored.Watch Now >>
Stemming out from California, the Baja peninsula juts into the Pacific Ocean like an icicle. The dazzingly arid peninsula is a succession of sunset-kissed beaches and trickling creeks. Each year, millions of whales come to reproduce in the preserved waters of the peninsula that their ancestors knew so well.Watch Now >>
One of California’s original twenty-seven counties, El Dorado is the undisputed home of the Gold Rush, and, possibly the home of the American vineyard too, with vines dating back to 1849. Simon visits a number of historic sites in the county, including Marshall Gold Discovery Park, and the actual location where gold was first found.…Watch Now >>