I’ve always been a four-seasons-kinda girl. I’m not talking about hotels or restaurants, but rather the changing of the seasons. And I love each and every one of them for entirely different reasons. So when we landed in lovely Ljubljana, my heart soared. It was Fall.
We’re inveterate shoulder-season travelers, which for us means that at some point in the autumn, we’re on the road – sometimes in the US, sometimes overseas. Last year’s trip was a month-long fall fling in the Balkans.
While reluctant risers were pushing snooze buttons this morning, the earth-sun duo made some astronomical news … the winter solstice occurred. In addition to being the day with the fewest hours of sunlight, it signals the start of winter in the northern hemisphere,