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Travel Blogs from Augusta
Book of Common Prayer from the Steinkes
Map of Andean South America
Solace of Fierce Landscapes by Belden Lane from the Palmers
Field Guide to Getting Lost by Rebecca Solnit
House of Belonging by David Whyte
Book of My Nights by Li-Young Lee
Packet of loose poems
Lonely Planet's South America on a Shoestring (the pertinent sections only)
Two thin notebooks and spare loose ...
Having been here two years ago for Katy's and Willies wedding (Yes we attended Kate and Wills wedding my British royalty fans), We once again find ourselves in the equestrian capital of of the south. We arrived in town early around 2pm and revisited our favorite places from our last visit (AKA the Aiken Brewery) . Katy and Willie were hitting up two weddings this ...
... languages we will be mingling with in port. We are traveling with another family, and the mom, Lisa, speaks Spanish. That covers day one and two. I know enough French to order a chocolate croissant and find the bathroom. What else could be needed? That's day three, and then it gets interesting. Italian, Greek, and Turkish are a problem. I cannot eat onions. I won't stop breathing or die...just wish for death. Never wanting a repeat of what we now ...
Sep 11: Rome, Italy
Sep 12: Pompeii, Sorrento, and Positano, Italy
Sep 13: At Sea (sleep)
Sep 14: Mykonos, Greece
Sep 15: Istanbul, Turkey (if they are behaving)
Sep 16: Ephesus, Turkey
Sep 17: Piraeus (Athens), Greece
Sep 18: At Sea (more sleep)
Sep 19: Port in Venice and overnight
Sep 20: Disembark/overnight in Venice
Sep 21: Venice to PHL to ...
... entirely of stone. This is a foreign concept to me. The US is a young country, so we have a variety of options for buildings: brick, wood, vinyl siding, concrete, glass, metal. Not here, no. It’s stone. It’s a commitment to the longevity of a building. It’s classic and attractive and easy to maintain. It’s costly in the long term, but worth in the long term.
3) Construction: Oh my word, for a country that prides itself on ...