This tree lined road is the way to a majestic lighthouse.
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My husband and I saw this boat in the south of Norway and absolutely fell in love it. I know it is Otto’s favorite but does anyone know the type of boat this is?
My sister took me to her friend’s bed and breakfast, where we had a lovely time! I found these little miniatures in the garden that are handmade by the owners of the bed & breakfast. I had really wanted to buy one, but they were too much with all of the luggage we had in […]
Venice is such a mystical place, with the water that floods into St. Marks square, the small secretive alleyways that lead to some of the most fabulous restaurants and shops, and all of the most intriguing masks!
The Genoese built the fortified town in 1113, including the perimeter wall and the Borgo gate, the Doria Castle, the church of San Lorenzo, the Arpaia-Byron Cave, the church of San Pietro and the outer wall of tower houses facing the sea. This is such an incredible place to be. Think about the history and […]
My whole life I have always heard of this infamous statue. How it’s the depiction of David who killed Goliath, and sculpted so long ago in 1504, I was fascinated to see it in person.
We were in this lovely port village on a trip for my daughter’s graduation from college. It is so charming, with small shops around the edges, a little restaurant patio that floats in the harbor, and gorgeous views all around. Looking up into the hills around, incredible mansions hide in the foliage, among them is […]
The ruins in Rome are spectacular! I loved wandering around the ruins and imagining what it must have been like to live back in those times. How did they treat the women? How did people survive?
This castle was built and inhabited by the Campbell clan, which goes back 9 centuries – the largest family in the world! Incredible to think of a family history that is so large, especially since my family is so small!
I am fascinated by the beauty of this boat. It moved me to just stand there looking at it – like a piece of art.
I walked this path every morning for 6 months with my Irish wolfhound, Elliott, while we were staying with good friends in France. We were there because we couldn’t take him into London to live until he had been in Europe for the six month period.
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