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Travel Blogs from Naples
... in that with my hair blowing in the wind. Oh, wait a minute, my hair doesn't blow, but you get the picture. It was fun salivating over the glamorous cars. I don't really have a favorite but I'd be quite happy in any one of those roadsters.
Today marks 2 months in Naples. We are very much enjoying our time here. I love being in one place for an extended period so I can dig in and get to know it. ...
... and fishing.
Tin City is a collection of waterfront shops but got its start as the hub of the fishing industry.
Seemed to us that the town was more for the wealthy who were into shopping. 5th Avenue South is about five miles of chic boutiques. It is gorgeous with the tropical landscaping and truly reminded us of Europe, but shopping is just not our thing.
While we loved the visit, we were happy to get back to Englewood!
... of making miniature versions of itself to play with rather than spending the time with the actual living relatives themselves."
”Right. Well, every once in a while they all get together for this peculiar activity, but generally speaking you are correct.”
“And the miniatures are not alive?”
“Right, but sometimes they have some features that make them look alive. Like, for ...
... you something?
Is a politician who makes practice speeches to himself in open air when no one else is around really, in a cosmic sense, any better than the derelict that gesticulates wildly and talks to himself along the sidewalks of skid row?
Good sleep is more important than the money in your wallet.
It seems strange that with all the places I've been (32 states, 30 something countries) and with ...
... headquartered nearby to share connections and resources.
Welcome more immigrants -- Foreigners who want to come to America get an undeserved bad rap. Immigrants create businesses at a higher rate than home-grown Americans and make an important contribution to the economy. To address concerns about low-wage earners, new policies could allow ...