MagoGuide Portland 2.2 is out in the Apple App Store – better than ever. We’ve added four new places to the app: Tapalaya, American Local, The Farmhouse Kitchen, and Castagna Cafe. If you already have MagoGuide Portland, but sure and update to get these latest places. If you don’t… what are you waiting for?
The Mago Scrolls tell the story of a cook slave caught up in the death struggle between Rome and Carthage that modern historians call the Punic Wars.
All about our adventures on Hadrian’s Wall in Northern England, with 146 pages and almost 200 photographs, Mago on the Wall is our best travel book ever.
Easter in Western Sicily tells the tale of our time in Trapani and Palermo to celebrate Easter of 2012. It was so much fun that we turned it into a book.
2014 marked the 100th anniversary of World War I. Team Mago spent two weeks in the early summer of 2014 exploring the fields of valor that made up The Western Front of The Great War as well as many of its antecedents and successors. This book takes you to battlefields and other military artifacts not typically found in guidebooks, providing detailed context, analysis, and local knowledge that enhance the experience for both travelers and readers. With over 350 photos as well as reviews of restaurants, hotels, and chateaus, this book both entertains and enlightens. If you are planning a visit to coincide with the centenary of the First World War War or are a student of military history, MagoGuide’s European Battlefield Tour is a must read.
In our book The Best of MagoGuide 2011-2012 we take you on a journey through Sicily and the midwest of the United States including restaurant reviews.