1. Perched on The Eagle’s Nest

On Sunday morning, we woke up at the Hotel Astoria in Salzburg and had breakfast there, which was included. We then took a taxi into the city center to meet at the Panorama Tours kiosk to take our ride up to the Eagle’s Nest. This was...

2. The Hills of Salzburg Come Alive with the Sound of Music

Our Saturday started by waking up in Munich and heading to the train station, just a few blocks from our hotel. There are trains about every thirty minutes to Salzburg, Austria, where we were headed today. And the ride typically takes...

3. The Splendor of Bavaria; a Mad King and his Castle

Today, we departed from Munich via train to Fussen, which is home to the Neuschwanstein Castle in the beautiful region of Bavaria. We were blessed with a stunningly beautiful day to see the castle built by Ludwing II, King of Bavaria. In...

4. Americans Back on the Continent of Europe

And so my trip back to Europe begins again. This time, I will travel to five countries I have never been to: Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, and the Czech Republic. Afterwards, I will head back to London – the first foreign...

5. #ComingTogether: Challenging You to be Part of the Movement to Make America United Again

Make no mistake. Our country is divided. There is anger. It is palpable. No one side is fully to blame. The anger exists on all sides. Sadly, the most divisive areas of American life today are now in politics and religion. But it doesn’t...
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#ComingTogether: Challenging You to be Part of the Movement to Make America United Again

Make no mistake. Our country is divided. There is anger. It is palpable. No one side is fully to blame. The anger exists on all sides. Sadly, the most divisive areas of American life today are now in...

Jordy Searcy at the Intersection of Luck, Talent, and Hard Work

Jordy Searcy came to the American public’s attention in 2014 – at the age of 21 – when he appeared on NBC’s The Voice. But getting there didn’t happen overnight. While...

Michael Long Sails for The Future of Florida’s Kids

While a student at New College of Florida, Michael Long developed a passion for sailing. He later channeled that passion into developing a nonprofit organization called SailFuture. As a direct...

Matt Hires Fights a Ghost

Matt Hires describes himself as an “introvert.” He was homeschooled, so it’s likely he didn’t have a guidance counselor advise him that earning a living playing music in...

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