How do you say, “thank you?”
North American leaf-peepers know the destinations well: Ontario, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine suffer serious traffic as the hills come alive with fiery colours and crisp, cool air. It can be nearly impossible to see the forest for the tourists that time of year, but that doesn’t mean you have to abandon your quest for sizzling autumn colour. Europe’s forests put on a great show as well
How do you choose just three favorite travel memories? I was tagged by Laurel of Monkeys and Montains to do just that as a member of Team BLUE in a blogger relay contest created by Lowcostholidays.com. Thanks to Christina Hegele of Jandal Road for including me on Team BLUE! There…
From a few places I’ve stayed — from the inside looking out.
In our travels, we often see people who are dressed to impress. Some of them are part of the entertainment or education at popular tourist attractions. Others are celebrating special occasions, donning uniforms as part of their jobs, or just having fun playing dress-up.
It’s been a while since I posted a mystery photo challenge on my blog. So when I came across this photo, I decided to have a little fun with it. Do you know the name and location of the place shown here? UPDATE JANUARY 23, 2012 Congratulations to Laurence Norah…
When I’m traveling, I look forward to special culinary treats. In Germany recently, there were many delicious temptations and I did not resist! While on the train from Hamburg to Lübeck for a day trip, I was talking to a very nice woman who told me that Lübeck is famous for its marzipan, a confectionery paste made of almonds and sugar.
On this particular day in Hamburg, Germany, I started out by hopping on the U-Bahn and heading to the St. Pauli district to visit Beatlemania, located at the aptly named Beatlesplatz on Reeperbahn at Große Freiheit.