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Gold Boat Journeys: Discover.

Discoveries to inspire the creative voyage.

A familiar gargoyle at Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris. #travel

My Paris Romance: The Story of a Bookstore | Gold Boat Journeys

Brain research has shown new experiences are good for the mind. I give you les escargots! #paris #food

My Paris Romance: The Story of a Bookstore | Gold Boat Journeys

Hemingway's Passport with Paris stamp via Wikimedia Commons.

New York City's Central Park in winter via Wikimedia Commons.

Where do you want to go? Picture it and set sail. Photo: Sign post at San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art.

Two graves and two gravestones side by side; heading behind a bed of green leaves, bearing the remains of Vincent and Theo Van Gogh, where they lie in the cemetery of Auvers-sur-Oise. The stone to the left bears the inscription: Ici Repose Vincent van Gogh (1853–1890) and the stone to the right reads: Ici Repose Theodore van Gogh (1857–1891)

Boatful of Stargazers: Full moon through clouds.

Boatful of Stargazers: President Obama looks through a telescope at the White House Star Party in 2009.

Boatful of Stargazers: Sidewalk astronomy, New York, 1920s

Boatful of Stargazers: Los Angeles from Griffith Park Observatory

Around the world, amateur astronomers set up their telescopes and hold star parties for the public to view astronomical events like the 2013 Supermoon. Here are some tips to help travelers find them.

A view of the Milky Way showing its shape: a disc with spiral arms.

Green ruin on the road to Enniskerry, County Wicklow, Ireland, June 2010. Copyright: Ellen Girardeau Kempler