A recent study found that the average person walks 900 miles a year…and drinks 22 gallons of beer. That makes 41 miles of walking to the gallon — not bad at all.
For people who love beer and travel and (wisely) don’t want to drive, these articles explore how to get around by using public transportation, bikes and your own two feet…with great suggested pubs to stop at along the way.
We’ll explore some of the best cities and countryside for walking, and provide suggestions on the best places to sit and enjoy a beer. And for those who prefer wine? Well, why not? We’ll throw in an occasional wine bar or enoteca too.
How The Two Large Military Surrenders at Appomattox and Bennet Place Turned Into Victories — for Both Sides A historically accurate representation of Lee and Grant at Appomattox at the national park site. After four years of bloody fighting and nearly 700,000 deaths, America’s great Civil War came to a sudden and unexpected end in […]
That Will Make You Want to Visit The backstreets of the historic district Everyone knows Charleston, SC, is one of America’s most historic cities, but there’s a lot more than history occupying the town’s 1,600 pre-Revolutionary War buildings, including new breweries, distilleries and clubs. Charleston has become a Williamsburg with bars. And James Beard award-winning […]
Sitting at the edge of Colorado’s No. 1 attraction – Rocky Mountain National Park – the little resort village of Estes Park lies in one of the world’s most beautiful locations, and as such, it has been attracting visitors for more than 150 years. In addition to the millions of tourists who have passed through, […]
A 120-Mile Journey Tracing the Civil War’s Greatest Adventure Monument to the General in Chattanooga National Cemetary I started where it ended, in the rolling hills of the Chattanooga National Cemetery in Tennessee. There, under a great bronze statue of the steam locomotive The General, is a monument to one of the Civil War’s most […]