Venice, Italy is a marvelous city of canals, gondoliers, basilicas, fashion, and art, a city with a mischievous spirit, a place where you should “get lost.”
San Diego is not particularly known for surfing. The beaches mostly face the wrong direction and the swell tend to be mild. However, following a good storm in the Pacific, the surfers hit the waves.
When the weather is gloomy, spending your birthday in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico is the perfect present for yourself. Swimming pools, sushi, beaches, cats, and Frida Kahlo.
We spent a week in Miami, Florida, taking in alligators, a cruise to the Bahamas, a drag show at the Palace, Key West, Fuerza Bruta, and more!
Beach Volleyball can be mundane or it can be fabulous. In San Diego, California, you can find both.
Forte de São Francisco do Queijo, the Casa da Música, Sandeman Winery, the Douro river, and endless port are just part of the pleasures to experience in Porto, Portugal.
A day trip to les Trois-îlets, a picturesque town on Martinique – the Flower Island – is a perfect way to spend a rainy day in the eastern Caribbean.
We spent a week seeing the sights in Montana including St. Ignatius, Missoula, Bison National Range, and Glacier National Park, with a side trip to Yellowstone National Park, Spokane, Washington, and a seaplane ride in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.
Take a basic airplane design and twist it, compress it, stretch it, add extra engines, change the engine placement, and so on, and you create a testament to human ingenuity, creativity, engineering prowess, and most of all, to human dreams of flying.
We spent an afternoon in Plzeń, Czech Republic, to see the old town, the synagogues and cathedrals, and, most importantly, to visit Stara Sladovna and enjoy a glass of Pilsner Urquell.