Traveling to Myrtle Beach with friends was a long drive from Louisiana. During a lengthy stretch of Georgia highway, we spied a highway sign that read “LAUREL & HARDY MUSEUM, EXIT 1 MILE.” The guys insisted that this was a “can’t miss” opportunity. Without a formal vote, our driver took the exit and we were off on a side journey. Continue reading “Laurel & Hardy Museum | Exit 1 Mile”
The Sixth Floor Museum opened to the public in 1989 as a place for visitors to explore the circumstances and events surrounding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Continue reading “Sixth Floor Museum Visit | JFK”
This museum may not make your TOP PLACES TO VISIT IN VOLTERRA list, but if you skip out on the Guarnacci Etruscan Museum you will miss a gem!!
I was on a Rick Steves tour, exploring this ancient Tuscan town (read about my discoveries). We strolled along Via Don Giovanni Minzoni (I love the pedestrian streets!) to this small, unique museum that first opened in 1761! Continue reading “Volterra | Don’t Miss These Etruscan Treasures!!”