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In just over a month, I will be in Spain! It seems crazy how fast this is all coming, but I am so excited to have this opportunity.
I wanted to start this blog in order to keep everyone updated on my travels throughout Spain and other parts of Europe (but mostly Spain). I plan on designating at least one afternoon or evening a week to share what has been going ...
O googled Costa Rica or Bust and as I scrolled down I found a photo of a young man who looks exactly like my 18yr old son. I had my son and all of our family and friends look at the photo. They all thought it was my son. I would love to know who the young man in the photo is. I`ve never had anyone look so much like someone else in my life.!!
... to the
campground. It is of course always an education to be driven through a
foreign town by taxi driver, you travel is among real speed, go so close
to people and vehicles, you're pleased when the ride is over.
Sunday, May 22
we drove through to Marrakesh, our first problem was giving out of El
Jadida with the Garmin GPS maps being very thin on the streets of the
city, the Garmin told us to turn right to go to N1, we ...
... that I list Paris in my Top 5 (aside from some millions of Bush-supporting Americans). One of the most beloved and romantic cities in the world, it does have numerous great sites of interest and world-class museums. The best of all, you can rarely go wrong to eat in this city (even the Chinese and Indian restaurants are good). Just some advice, learn some French! You cannot blame ...
... Delft, Haarlem): One of the most liberal cities in the world and also the most bicycle friendly. It is quite cultured and sophisticated. Even though I don't smoke marijuana, I can still have good time there on every visit. It also helps that they have one of the best user-friendly airports in the world. Mmm...I cannot believe that I don't have a special page of photo album devoted to this city. And there is only one ...