In the early 20th century a surge of artists migrated to Taos, New Mexico to hone their craft. Many were drawn to a new style of American art that was not impacted by industry but rather focused on landscape and light. It is from this movement that ... Read More >
Dublin History Revealed
In central Dublin, not far from Trinity College sits one of Dublin’s most famous blocks of Georgian homes. Known as Merrion Square this area was once a stomping ground for many prominent Irish writers and poets. W.B. Yeats and Oscar Wilde both called ... Read More >
William Bailey Travel Reviews 3 Unique Foodie Attractions in the U.S.
In the United States we love our food so much that we even have museums dedicated its history. If you find yourself on the road looking for some quirky stops this spring and summer, William Bailey Travel invites you to consider checking out these ... Read More >
William Bailey Travel Reviews 3 Popular Coastal Farmers Markets
There is never a bad time of year to find a good Farmers’ Market. If you are in a colder region you might not have a lot to choose from this time of year, but if you are on the coast, there are a lot of great options available. William Bailey Travel ... Read More >
Bill Bailey Travel Reviews A Great Rocky Mountain Retreat
If you have reached a point where your daily stressors are getting to be a bit too much and think you could benefit from some quiet, peace, and meditation, Shambhala Mountain Center is waiting. Located 2 hours from Denver, this 600-acre valley at Red ... Read More >
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