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- Wining in Macedonia and Georgia and Walking in CorfuMay 26th, 201867 days to go.
Sunday, December 3rd, began with domestics: a couple loads of laundry; and then we went to the horses. The Spanish Riding School to be precise, to see the Lipizzaner stallions strut their stuff. We had reserved tickets months in advance … Continue reading
No, I’m not talking about Mozart’s piece by that name, although one could be forgiven for doing so here in Vienna. Instead, I am speaking more generically about music heard in the night. In our case, it was the Breslau … Continue reading
This morning we went to Dachau. It was a beautiful day, which seemed wrong. I found a rock that looked like a tortured face.
Friday, another beautiful day. We decided to do something different. I was happy to discover that the liquid on the floor of Kris’s room and in the bottom of the laundry basket in Kris’s room was only water and nothing … Continue reading
Oh, my goodness. If you find yourself in Delhi with a day to kill, arrange to take a cooking class with Neha at Saffron Palate. We just spent a wonderful five hours learning a few things about Indian cooking and … Continue reading
After a long away day on Sunday, we decided to stick close to home on Monday. In aid of that effort, we arranged to have a private, guided walk around Narni. On our first Narni ramblings with Cindy and Paul … Continue reading
It’s now Thursday, September 29; Bob and Connie arrived last Saturday and we have been having such a good time that I haven’t posted a blog since. Guess I’d better do some catching up. On Sunday, Sept. 25th, the … Continue reading
This morning, as we drove through the hub and bub of Varanasi for our last ride on the river, we drove past a shop with a sign reading: Anocha Salon. Because Joan and I had gone to a shop in … Continue reading
A few months ago, I decided I needed to freshen my look. To that end, I had my hair stylist give me bangs. I figured they might soften my face and cover up some of those unsightly forehead creases, aka … Continue reading