Chicago, Illinois, USA – On the Road Again

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Rate our ReviewsChicago, Illinois, USA…So I thought I was through with running after the Reunion ultra-marathon.  Silly me. Perhaps I should be flattered my youngest stepson literally followed my footsteps and expressed his desire to run a marathon. Upon learning the news, Eric’s mother informed me “he can’t do that by himself.”  Of course, my […]

Peru – Inca Palpa Lines, fruit basket of the region

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Rate our ReviewsIca Peru……A few weeks ago while accompanying my mother to San Juan de Marcona, we made a brief stop on the way to visit Palpa, one of the five provinces that make up the department of Ica, in southern Peru and the only one that has no access to the sea. It was […]

Amboise, France – Chateau de Pray, Michelin star

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Rate our ReviewsAmboise, France…..Who can refuse to stay in a castle in France??? And if it has one Michelin award restaurant in the castle grounds?   Wowwwwww…….I was on the moon to be able to stay for a couple of nights at this small castle outside Amboise city in France. My heart was thumping loudly and […]

Atlanta, GA – Center for Civil and Human Rights 

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Rate our ReviewsAtlanta, GA…..  Martin Luther King, Jr. is often the first name coming to mind when one thinks of Atlanta.  This giant of the civil rights movement was born here and despite countless days marching for freedom across the United States, Atlanta was always home.  His legacy is preserved many ways in the city, but possibly none as profound as the Center for Civil and Human Rights.   

Hong Kong – Walls bring art to the people

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Rate our ReviewsHong Kong…When making travel plans, where you go isn’t the only important factor – when you go has a part to play as well. This could be for a variety of reasons, such as the weather when people you know in the country might be available…or it could be that you want to […]