Unlike Warsaw, Krakow was not bombed extensively during the Second World War leaving the historic sites mostly intact. The first … Continue reading Visiting Krakow and Auschwitz-Birkenau
Yes, that is the license plate motto in Oklahoma. We visited to the National Weather Center in Norman. It is … Continue reading Oklahoma is OK!
Straddling Arizona and Utah in the Navajo Nation can be a challenge in time management. Arizona does not use Daylight … Continue reading 3 States x 2 Parks = 1 Great Day
Caprice Cafe, at the top of the hill in Bronte, serves up a delicious and typical Sicilian breakfast, a coronet … Continue reading Around Mt Etna to Castello di San Marco
Siracusa was one of many Greek colonies in Sicily known to the Romans as Magna Graecia in the 4th and … Continue reading Siracusa:Ortigia, the island off the island
An early departure from Agrigento was necessary to pack in a day of mosaic and ceramic wonder. We drove past … Continue reading A mosaic journey across southern Sicily
Eating an amazing breakfast of fresh tomatoes, pistachio cream spread on warm croissants and delicious coffee, while sitting on a … Continue reading Ruin your day at Valley of the Gods: Agrigento
A torrential rainstorm was the determining factor (there were a few others) which pulled the plug on our Magna Via … Continue reading Fast forward to Agrigento
Our morning walk included exploring the neighborhood of Chiado. We passed the Opera house (Teatro Nacional de São Carlos). In … Continue reading Exploring Lisbon’s Botanical beauty and a few museums too!
The sun shining, the temperature rising and several parks and kiosks were calling our names. Today was all about relaxing … Continue reading Segunda means Monday, Who has a case of the Segundas?