America's Scenic Rail Journeys
(Movie) - From the rugged beauty and pioneer spirit of Alaska to British Columbia's majestic peaks, Mexico's colossal canyon, the autumnal splendor of the Adirondacks, and the Pacific Ocean's rugged coastline, these rail journeys tour some of the most spectacular and breathtaking scenery in the world. Visiting both renowned and less traveled areas, the series explores the remarkable natural beauty and rich history of the continent. So climb aboard for six incredible adventures.
(Movie) - Its history, its people, its landscape...travel to China in this beautifully done video.
Europe to the Max. The Heart of France
(Movie) - Rudy Maxa guides viewers to some of France's most romantic and popular sights in this installment of his Europe to the Maxa series. In addition to such perennial favorites as Notre Dame and the Eiffel Tower, Maxa also tours the Burgandy region (a wine-lover's paradise), the lush Loire Valley, and idyllic Provence.
Greece & Turkey. 2000-2009
(Movie) - This is the only DVD that includes all seven half-hour Rick Steves' Europe TV shows on Greece and Turkey, produced from 2000 to 2009: Athens and Side Trips; Greece's Peloponnese; Greek Islands; Istanbul; West Turkey; Central Turkey; Eastern Turkey.
(Movie) - Toronto that lays on the shore of Lake Ontario is the biggest city in Canada, and also the capital of the area called Great Lakes. The views from the C.N. Tower are spectacular. Toronto is the citadel of modern architecture. Its main interest is the Downtown Walkway that is also called the P.A.T.H.. It has 11 kilometers of walking tunnel and 1200 shops.
(Movie) - Yosemite National Park First protected in 1864, this park in California has the reputation for breathtaking splendor with soaring mountains, giant sequoias, crystal clear rivers, miles of hiking trails, challenging rock climbing and inspirational locations for photography. Perhaps best known for it's numerous waterfalls, Yosemite Falls is the tallest in North America and fifth highest in the world with a total drop of 2,425'.Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks the land of giants! These two parks lie side by side in California's Southern Sierra Nevada. Sequoia is the 2nd oldest National Park and Kings Canyon is home of the General Grant Tree and also theworld's largest remaining natural grove of giant sequoias. Devils Postpile National Monument Preserves columnar basalt formations, some up to 60 feet high. Carrizo Plain National Monument the Carrizo Plain is one of the easiest places to see surface fractures of the San Andreas Fault. In 1857, the fault moved 30 feet, redirecting Wallace Creek.