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Portugal & Northern Spain trip – #12

January 13th, 2015 · No Comments · Musings, photo of the week, Spain & Portugal 2014, travel, Walking

So, where were we? Well, it certainly has been too long since I continued telling you about our amazing trip, isn’t it?  Now, what got in the way?  The holidays, renovating two bathrooms (down to the studs and structural issues – that’s a multi-entry story in and of itself!), and an unplanned surgery!  I began […]

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Santiago de Compostela – Spain & Portugal trip – #11

November 18th, 2014 · 2 Comments · Spain & Portugal 2014, travel

As I mentioned yesterday, Santiago de Compostela was one of the highlights of this trip for me. Where to begin?  I learned so much, and really wanted to stay several more days to explore the modern side of town, the water, the beautiful park that we only managed to stroll part of, and speak to […]

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Gulbenkian Museum – Spain & Portugal #7

October 29th, 2014 · No Comments · Spain & Portugal 2014, travel

Now, you realize I’m only on Day 1 of this amazing trip that we just got back from?  Stick with me – it’ll be worth it! I want to just tell you about the Gulbenkian Museum in Lisbon.  What a treasure!  After an organized tour morning of the Belem Tower, Monument to the Discoverers, Jerinomos […]

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Our Havana Sojourn – Day 3

January 21st, 2013 · No Comments · Art, Cuba, eating, family, Museums, Musings, travel

Well, we’re still not in Cuba, but Florida is quite lovely too.  Although overbuilt, crowded, with more stores than I thought possible in one area.  Maybe that is just the sign that I’ve lived in a rural area for over a dozen years now! The day started with a lovely breakfast of coffee and cereal […]

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Today in Nana’s Garden – May

May 10th, 2012 · No Comments · family, Garden, Musings, Nana

May has finally brought some well needed rain; and the flowers are looking refreshed.  Many are smaller than usual; I think the early March heat, and the April frosting confused them.  They don’t stand quite as lush and tall, and some seem a little behind in growth even with their way too early start!  But, […]

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