The holidays are rolling around again, and for me, this pleasant downtime is a good opportunity to reflect on what’s been happening in my life.
As long-term travelers, we learned long ago that to enjoy ourselves, we have to pace ourselves. It’s always about quality over quantity. We see what we see, and as for the things we miss, well, there’s always next time.
Lovers traveling to a special place, strolling hand-in-hand, making a vow, and leaving behind a symbol of their enduring love – what could be more romantic?
Hands down, my favorite piece of Mexican pottery is the Day of The Dead Wedding Couple. This is one of the most hilarious and delightful pieces of art that I’ve seen in forever. I liked it so much that I can see this pair sitting atop my tombstone. That would wake up the neighbors. Be …
It’s Halloween, so we’ve resurrected “Betty Brains” . . . She started her life as an elegant hat model in an upscale Dallas department store. Her long, swan-like neck and regal bearing were her best features. And although she was glamorous in netting and sequins, feathers were her forte.
If the facade of the building is the face of the business, on Rothenburg’s high street, colorful and creative shop signs are the flashy earrings that get your attention.
One of the basic requirements for successful travel is knowing that where you want to go, is in fact, where you’re going. As obvious as this sounds, travel blogs (including ours) are littered with stories of taking the wrong bus, train, road, or street, and ending up in the wrong place. This is exactly the …
This modest, shell-encrusted box doesn’t complain as it sits, day after day, on a Miami Beach tourist shop shelf. It dreams about a change of scenery and some relief from the heat; going home with a Minnesota tourist would be nice.