Our Upcoming River Cruise

This time tomorrow (as I am writing this post), we will be at the Boise Airport (note that I didn’t say “International Airport”) as we check in for our two flights: first to San Francisco, and then from there to Paris, France! And on Saturday the 13th, we will be taking a train from Paris […]

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A Month in France!

Parlez-vous bien Français? Unfortunately, I do NOT speak French very well. I had the best of intentions to really work on it during the Winter when outside activities are very limited here in Idaho (unless you are snow skiing, which my body gave up on many years ago). That hasn’t stopped me before to go […]

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My New RFID Blocking Travel Wallet

Providing the Safety I Want When Traveling Safety is very important to me when I travel, and I’m sure it is important to you as well. Besides being concerned about our personal safety, these days we also have to be aware of the potential theft of information. One of the ways this has occurred is […]

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Is Barcelona’s La Rambla Worth an Entire Day?

Of course, it is! Let’s look at some of its sights. Originally outside the city walls and serving as a drainage ditch to carry wastewater down to the sea, the busy pedestrian- and vehicular-trafficked walkway/roadway known as La Rambla is a spectacle that draws tourists and lifelong Barcelona residents alike to stroll and shop along […]

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Discovering New Flavors in Cabo

How I Locate Authentic Food One of the truest ways that I have used with great success to find authentic foods in Mexico is to go to open-air restaurants. Sure there are fancy restaurants with nice tablecloths, linen napkins, spotless windows with views of everything nice. There might even be some soothing music playing quietly […]

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