Chris Christensen, whose website amateurtraveler.com always provides lots of information about world travel, recently traveled to Flanders, Belgium one of the sites where the start of World War I fighting began. He toured sites in the area and discussed with Paul the huge history that can be explored as the start of World War I began just a century ago this year. Flanders is important because it is the location of many of the war’s historic sites and major battles, even though Belgium was a neutral country. The war was the birthplace for new innovations such as the tank and poison gas. Reminders of these things and other aspects of the war, such as cemeteries, newly discovered ordinances and aerial photography can be found in local museums in the area. Chris describes these and other impressions with Paul.
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Travel journalists Paul Lasley and Elizabeth Harryman are married and reach an audience of several million people each month as they write and broadcast in a variety of formats. They have covered travel for network television including NBC’s Today Show and local TV such as KTLA 5 in Los Angeles.