Is being able to understand the common language of your destination part of the premise?
Then most travels might end up in futility, right? Still, winessing the viking-native-contact in north-america, would be interesting. I´d make a series -deadwood style- about it afterwards. But i guess, that will come anyways, soon...
Since my only languages is Swedish, English and some German, I wouldn't really understand a thing through most of history. So there's really no point seeing most grand sermons, speeches etc and I figure that I would be sincerely disappointed by how most historical persons really look in real life as well. So I would want to see some massive spectacles of human violence like the battle of Lepanto, Actium, the charge of the cavalry at the siege of Vienna and Cannae even though it would undoubtetly screw me over in the long run, another thing I would want to see would be seven wonders of the world newly built, the city of Rome during the Empire and ancient Athens.
1492 The Fall of Granada and the arrival of Colombus at the New World.
"We do not surrender, we win or die" ~Omar Al-Mukhtār
The final Viking invasion of the Isle of Man and the establishment of Tynwald
Nero's actions when Rome burned.
"Wonderful theory. Wrong species." - EO Wilson, the world's foremost expert on ants, on communism
"Why should THAT be allowed?" - Swedish social democrat, on various instances of ideologically incorrect behaviour
Member of the OTFTRC - Off Topic Friends of the Turkish Republic of Northen Cyprus
Petrograd 1917. To witness the white heat of revolution must have been something else
Freedom in capitalist society always remains about the same as it was in the ancient Greek republics: freedom for the slave-owners
1. Jerusalem and the Kingdom of Israel during the reign of Solomon.
2. Battle of Antietam
3. The Mongols as they invaded the Middle East.
Prince Eugene of Savoy
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