If mention of Austria conjures up images of tiny villages of flower-bedecked chalets, cows and sheep grazing on hillsides so steep you wonder how they can stand, you’re probably picturing the Tyrol.
Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, is best-known as a tony hideaway for celebrities, politicians, and the rich and powerful. That reputation was enhanced when President Obama and his family took their first vacation there since moving into the White House.
Victor Block takes us to Vancouver where the city sits nestled between the wavelets of the Pacific and the rising mountains. It is model of yin and yang from nature to its population.