Hello – Welcome to Traveling in Stereo.

I think the best all-around education a person can get is to try and travel as much as possible, and read a lot of books, listen to great music… but mainly travel.

I know there are countless travel blogs out there, and I’m just starting this travel blog but I hope it grows into something people enjoy. Photographs aren’t much good if nobody sees them, and I’d like to share some of my travel experiences.

Over the years I’ve done a little bit of traveling (not nearly as much as I would have liked to) but if all goes well, I will be doing much more traveling in the future. For now I’m going through old photos and posting some of them on this site – along with comments about some of the places I have been.  I invite you to subscribe and comment - I would love to hear your stories as well.

We have all been stuck indoors during this pandemic – and we’re all going a little stir crazy and looking forward to the next trip.

Besides travel I’m a fan of live music – so eventually I will be posting about the great musicians I encounter on my travels as well as great places to eat, and interesting places to visit where there is not a person in a mouse suit and the castles are centuries old.

If you have any questions – feel free to contact me.  Like I said - this project is just starting so I’m not sure what it will evolve into – but hopefully the ride is a fun one.

- Syd Krawczyk April 2020

Recent Blogs

07 June 2020
Thanks to SpaceX, a new era of human spaceflight has begun.On May 30th we launched Astronauts from American soil for the first time since the final liftoff of the space shuttle program July 8, 2011.  The Falcon 9 rocket carried the Crew Dragon spacecraft to the Internat...
30 May 2020
One of the things that really blew my mind when I first saw Dali’s work in person was the scale of the paintings. It one thing to look at a plate in a book on art, but when you stand before a painting in a gallery it’s a totally different experience. It’s like the paint...
17 May 2020
New Orleans is one of those cities I wish would never change, and to a certain extent it hasn’t changed all that much. There’s something about the people in New Orleans, their friendliness and generosity – it feels different from most other cities.  It’s a town whe...
14 May 2020
For me, one of the highlights of the Kentucky Bourbon trail is the Maker’s Mark Distillery. Makers has been my go-to Bourbon for years now – and it was a cool experience to visit the distillery and take the tour.  Since then I’ve become an ambassador and have my na...
10 May 2020
In 1923 a 5 ft. tall 100 lb man named Edward Leedskalnin started building a Castle using large chunks of limestone weighing several tons.The original castle was in Florida city, and in 1936 Ed decided to move to a new location. It took him 3 years to move his coral castle to...

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16 April 2020
Formed along with the Great Lakes as the last ice age glaciers melted, Mackinac Island covers a little over 4 square miles.The Island is on Lake Huron between the Upper and Lower Peninsulas. Fort Mack...
21 April 2020
On the southern coast of Puerto Rico is the city of Ponce.Outside of San Juan it’s Puerto Rico’s most populated city. Ponce is names after Juan Ponce de León y Loayza, the great-grandson of Spanish co...
13 April 2020
The Arc de Triomf is a triumphal arch in the city of Barcelona, Spain.It was built by architect Josep Vilaseca i Casanovas as the main access gate for the 1888 Barcelona World Fair. The arch crosses o...
14 April 2020
La Boqueria is a world famous market in Barcelona on the edge of the Barri Gòtic. It’s located in El Raval with an entrance to the market right off La Rambla.  An incredible place full of ju...
10 May 2020
In 1923 a 5 ft. tall 100 lb man named Edward Leedskalnin started building a Castle using large chunks of limestone weighing several tons.The original castle was in Florida city, and in 1936 Ed decided...
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