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Van Gogh sleeps…

March 9th, 2016 · No Comments · Art, Museums, Site Seeing, travel

Cross posted from Welovemuseums.com Or at least his bedroom is in Chicago…   On the last Thursday of February, hubby and I stopped by the Art Institute of Chicago. I say stopped by because we were on a break between trains on our way from San Francisco to Springfield, MA via Amtrak.   What a great […]

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With a camel at the San Francisco at the Asian Art Museum…….

March 2nd, 2016 · No Comments · Art, Museums, photo of the week, retirement, Site Seeing, travel

I owe so many posts to my blog!  I’ve traveled quite a bit since retirement – and boy do I need to talk about retirement – and haven’t written much up.  But recently, we spent a good deal of February in San Francisco with our son, and this is one of the stops we always […]

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A Medieval Castle in Pastels

February 16th, 2015 · No Comments · Art, Education, Lesson Learned, Musings, photo of the week, retirement, Spain & Portugal 2014, travel

Lesson learned:  Put something on your bucket list that you never would have thought of! In October 2014 (see my previous posts about this trip), hubby and I went with Odysseys Unlimited to tour parts of Portugal and northern Spain.  One of my favorite spots, early in the trip, was the town of Obidosh.  A […]

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Cuba Sojourn – Day 6 – Last full day

February 26th, 2013 · 2 Comments · Cuba, eating, family, Food, Learning Spanish, Musings, photo of the week, Site Seeing, travel

Dear Readers,           (Lots of photos at the end!) I hope you come back and find these next blogs about the end of our Cuban adventure!  As I’ve said before, it’s a lot easier to blog at night while on vacation than back at home while working!  My apologies! Today, I’ll chronicle our last full day […]

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Cuba Sojourn – Day 3

February 3rd, 2013 · No Comments · Art, Cuba, Dance, Important People, Museums, Musings, travel

As our delightful American tour guide called it — we had a “lie-in”  — we got to sleep in and relax over that delightful breakfast spread this morning.  We sat with a wonderful couple from LA – Jerry and Sandra — over breakfast.  We really enjoyed getting to know them.  I know that if we […]

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