A recent visit to a bed and breakfast outside of Chicago inspired my latest Urban Times post on historical tourism. The inn was steeped in a tradition so wholesome that I almost felt as if I had been transported to another era. I was reminded that sometimes a person doesn’t need to travel far to see the world; they just need to look at their own world a little differently.
Below is an expert of the Urban Times post, but you can read the full article here.
If these walls could talk, the stories they could tell would boggle the mind. They would tell stories of bravery, sacrifice, and the ultimate risk. They would tell the stories of sordid criminals and the wrongly accused. They would tell the stories of ships lost at sea and harrowing tales of difficult voyages. If these walls could talk, they would tell the stories of cultural heritage, of pride, of rich tradition. Read more.