The Great Wall of China
Denali is the tallest mountain in the Western Hemisphere.
This windmill at Zaanse Schans is over 400 years old and still operates - a marvel of engineering.
The Peterhof was completed by the Russian Empress, Catherine the Great, and showcases the craftmanship of Russian and European artisans.
Waikiki Beach and Diamond Head
Sailing off of Diamond Head
The Hale Koa is the Army's beautiful hotel on Waikiki Beach.
Boating on a glacier lake near Anchorage, Alaska
Ayers Rock, Australia
Wooden shoes made in this factory are still worn daily by a large percentage of the Dutch people. They are especially favored by Dutch farmers when working in the soggy fields.
Cruising the Sea of Galilee where Jesus fished with his disciples and began his earthly ministry was an awesome experience.
Notre Dame Cathedral is the center of Paris and of France
The Wailing Wall or the Western Wall is the only remaining structure of the Temple in Jerusalem, destroyed by the Romans in 70 AD.
The fountains at the Peterhof Palace flow into the Gulf of Finland - seen in the background.
Crusader castle in Turkey. Appears in my book SHADOW OF THE DAGGER.
Pyramid in the Mayan capital of Tikal
My teacher and I in Spanish Language school in Antigua, Guatemala
Crossing the border between Honduras and Guatemala. We were visiting the Mayan ruins at Copan, Honduras.
One of the restaurants in the Latin Quarter, Paris
All the Russian Romanov Tsars from Peter the Great to Nicholas II are entombed in the ornate Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul in St. Petersburg.
Eilean Donan Castle at Dornie, Kyle of Lochalsh was a major attraction on our way to the Isle of Skye.
Inside Korean royal palace in Seoul
Hadrian's Wall, separated the Romans from the Picts - near the present-day border between England and Scotland.
Gate to Royal Palace in Seoul, Korea
Ireland - Blarney Castle - the Blarney Stone is at the top of the castle.
Amsterdam, Holland. Bicycles seem to outnumber people.
Sydney Opera House, Australia
The Grand Canal in Venice
We met this bagpiper in the Scottish Highlands. I thought his kilted military uniform was most impressive. We were thrilled by his bagpipe playing.
The Polynesian Cultural Center on Oahu
The Trevi Fountain. I threw in my 3 coins and my wish did come true.
The Peterhof Palace was designed by the Russian Tsar, Peter the Great, to rival Versailles and the opulent palaces of Europe.
Korean Folk Village
The Alaska Highway crosses from Yukon Territory, Canada into Alaska in the midst of a vast, beautiful mountain range.
Marble Mountain in Da Nang. Larry was stationed there during the Vietnam War.
The Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus spent the last evening praying before his trial and crucifixion.
The Eiffel Tower gives a great view of Paris and Mont Matre. At night you can see why it is called "The City of Lights."
William Shakespeare's birthplace in Stratford-on-Avon
The City Hall in Stockholm, Sweden hosts the formal dinner for the Nobel Prize winners.
The sailing ships in the harbor of Stockholm are reflective of the Viking history of the Swedes.
Every fan of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade will recognize this tomb at Petra in southern Jordan.
Rice farmers and water buffalo, Viet Nam
After climbing to the top, I kissed the Blarney Stone
Walking the streets of Tallinn, the beautiful capital city of Estonia, was like taking a giant step back in time. The well-preserved medieval architecture of Tallinn reflects the pride the Estonians have in preserving their culture.
Denali (Mount McKinley) was shrouded in clouds during the three days we were there but we got breathtaking views from this twin-engine airplane.
Riding a camel in the Australian Outback
Israel - This well at the gate of the ancient city of Beersheba is believed to be the well where Abraham made a treaty with Abimelech in Genesis 21:25-33.
Lunch at the Hofbrau Haus in Munich
Ho Chi Minh mausoleum in Hanoi
Tangier, Morocco. We enjoyed a wonderful, traditional lunch in the Kasbah in Tangier.
The horse-drawn cart is the best way to experience beautiful Kerry, Ireland.
Inside the Van Gogh Museum. In this art museum and the Riksmuseum we saw art by the Dutch Masters that we had only seen in books. Rembrandt was one of my favorites.
Drying rice on Highway 1 near Hue, Viet Nam
Panmunjom in the demilitarized zone between north and South Korea. The white building is in North Korea.
The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood was built on the site where Tsar Alexander II was fatally wounded in 1881. It was financed by the imperial family.
The Spanish Stairs in Rome. The poet, John Keats, lived in an apartment in the building on the right.
The cheeses we sampled at this cheese factory in Vollendam were scrumptious.
The Topkapi Palace in Istanbul was the home of the sultans of the Ottoman Empire
Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain in southwest England
The "Hanoi Hilton" prison in Hanoi. John McCain and other American POWs spent years in this prison.
Germany - Our B&B in Rothenburg-ob-der-Tauber was over 500 years old.
The bronze Little Mermaid statue in the harbor of Copenhagen, Denmark is a major must-see for tourists as well as the Danes.
Amsterdam is a city of canals and bridges. This was right next to our hotel.
Bondi Beach near Sydney, Australia
Imperial Summer Palace, Beijing
One of the street markets in Antigua, Guatemala
Nam Dae Mun Market in Seoul
London, the Thames, Big Ben are must-see sights in England's capital.
In our hotel in Toledo. We were across the street from the Alcazar of Toledo, the palace of Holy Roman Emperor Charles V.
The Mendenhall Glacier near Juneau, Alaska is over 13 miles long.
The Garden Tomb near the site of Golgotha is believed by many to be the tomb where Jesus was buried after his crucifixion and from which He arose on Easter Sunday.
The Forbidden City, Beijing
Westminster Abbey - site of coronations and royal weddings and funerals
Ha Long Bay, Viet Nam
In the Scottish Highlands we saw many of the cuddly-looking Highland Cows.
The "Eagle's Nest", Hitler's Alpine retreat
The Palace at Versailles - just outside Paris
Ephesus was the principal Roman city in Asia Minor -modern day Turkey
The koalas really are as cuddly as they look.
This mountain-top fortress at Masada held out for a 3-year seige by the Roman Sixth Legion under the leadership of the Zealots led by Eleazar Ben-Yair. Just standing in the fortress brought chills to my spine.
Rosenborg Castle in Copenhagen, Denmark, built in the early 1600s, is the home of the Danish crown jewels.
The 9 subway lines in Seoul are the best way to get around the city.
We celebrated an anniversary (June 11) at King Ludwig's fairy tale castle at Neuschwanstein in Germany.
Granada, Spain - The Alhambra was the home of Washington Irving in 1829 and inspired one of his most colorful books.
These Moroccan snake handlers appeared fearless when handling the venomous vipers. Not my cup of tea.
The Coliseum in Rome
Palace guards in traditional military uniforms.