Manarola, Italy is one of the best. My parents’ home was always soul soothing. No matter what,...Read More
Are you as amazed as I am by how difficult it is for some people to get the basic concept of boarding an airplane. The flight attendant, or even the captain, can state the simple instructions with no chance at being heard and understood.
As this blog posts, Jackie, Jenny and I are bound for Wales … we’ll let you know how many silly passengers we observe—and yes, we’ll admit to it if it’s each other!Read More
The basics of this post are from a couple of years ago, but as we travel, we learn more about taking journeys and what constitutes an adventure for each of us. So here it is revisited, double the words, double the fun, right?
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The best advice for your maiden voyage—and all subsequent ones—to Europe from the USA is to travel light. Pack the week before, unpack, repack, keep going until that suitcase contains only the essentials. If you’ve really missed something? That means you get to buy something new!Read More
Don’t you just love a house tour? In Montana it was a treat to take part in the Parade of Homes—new construction on display. In Savannah, Georgia your historian’s heart will say pah to anything built this century and as you step back in time to tour homes from a much grander—architecturally speaking—era.Read More
Visiting Savannah from Pittsburgh in February is a wonderful, soul-warming trip to take. The history of the city draws you in the same way the sunshine convinces you that the gray, short days are coming to an end and spring is on the way. If you enjoy vast historic districts, then this part of Georgia should be on your list.Read More
A Year in the World, Frances Mayes
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