Neuschwanstein Castle

Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany

featuring Marc Antoine's "Point of View"
Neuschwanstein Castle

The great Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria is one of Europe’s most popular castles. Thanks to its breathtaking location and architecture, the castle looks like something out of a fairy tale. This was somewhat the intention of Bavarian King Ludwig II, … Continue reading


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Linderhof Palace, Germany

featuring Keith Phillips' "The Millstone"
Linderhof Palace, Bavaria, Germany

The German state of Bavaria is renowned for its beautiful views and magnificent architecture, and some of its most impressive sites were built under the rule of King Ludwig II, the area’s “fairy tale king.” During his 22-year reign, the … Continue reading


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Wat Arun at Sunset

featuring Jean-Luc Ponty's "I Only Feel Good With You"
Wat Arun at Sunset

Thailand holds tens of thousands of Buddhist temples, but none as famous as Wat Arun, the beautiful “temple of the dawn” in the capital city of Bangkok. The exact age of Wat Arun is unknown, but it dates back at … Continue reading


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Saint Jean de Cole, France

featuring Gregg Karukas' "Para Los Niños"
Saint Jean de Cole, France

Surrounded by lush hills and filled with historic architecture, the village of St. Jean de Cole is widely appreciated as one of the most beautiful in France. While the village holds many quaint restaurants, hotels, shops, schools, and offices, its … Continue reading


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The Pyramids of Giza

featuring Dave McMurray's "My Brother & Me"
Pyramids of Giza

Few sites in the world are as revered as the pyramids of the Giza Necropolis. These timeless structures seem to simultaneously defy time and logic and they stand in the shifting Egyptian sands. The oldest and largest pyramid at the … Continue reading


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Chester, England

featuring Chris Standring's "Bossa Blue"
Chester, England

Founded as a Roman fort in the first century, Chester, England now blends its historic atmosphere with modern attractions and luxuries. Nicknamed “the walled city” for the two miles of stone walls around it, Chester has made a conscious effort … Continue reading


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Dubai (Skyscrapers & Skyline)

featuring Peter White's "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow"
Skyscrapers of Dubai

Rich from oil, shipping, and banking revenues, the city of Dubai has entered the 21st century as a Middle Eastern boomtown. Tourism and real estate development are now major sectors of Dubai’s economy. Although development has slowed in the wake … Continue reading


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Lucerne, Switzerland

featuring Herbie Russ' "Story of My Life"
Lucerne, Switzerland

Lucerne is one of Switzerland’s largest cities and most popular tourist destinations. Centered in the center of the country on the Reuss River, Lucerne is known for the Chapel Bridge, a wooden footbridge built in 1333. Unfortunately, much of the … Continue reading


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Bangkok, Thailand (Chao Phraya River)

featuring Acoustic Alchemy's "Playing for Time"
Chao Phraya River, Bangkok

Like most great cities, Thailand’s capital, Bangkok, is situated on a great river: the Chao Phraya, which runs 231 miles from the center of the country into the Gulf of Thailand. On a typical afternoon, the waters of the Chao … Continue reading


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Château Margaux, France

featuring Craig Chaquico & Russ Freeman's "Riders of the Ancient Winds"
Chateau Margaux, France

Bordeaux’s Chateau Margaux is one of the most prestigious wine producers in France. Though its history dates back to the 12th century, it wasn’t until the 1570s that the grounds were used as a vineyard. The beautiful chateau itself wasn’t … Continue reading


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