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Southern Vermont

While Saratoga was well worth the travel, it was a good 3 1/2-hour drive from Boston [props to all the Boston Bloggers who did it in a single day! 313 more words

New England

European Holiday, Part 5: The Dolomites

Ok, so age probably doesn’t have anything to do with it.  There are plenty of 55 year-old women who can walk up a mountain.  It must be the obesity and sedentary lifestyle (I am a writer, after all) that caused me to have a near-death experience as I struggled to draw every breath, chest-heaving, lungs screaming, and blood vessels in my brain throbbing.   560 more words


European Holiday, Part 4: Venice

Venice is a very cool place.  First of all, ya gotta love a place with no cars.  Every bit of land is pedestrian and all transportation is on water.   238 more words


A Day at the Races

What’s one thing summer should be about? Besides salty hair and sand found in your purse on a Wednesday and sticky-from-popsicles sunkissed skin, of course? 506 more words


Go Get Lost

“We travel, initially, to lose ourselves, and we travel, next, to find ourselves. We travel to open our hearts and eyes. And we travel, in essence, to become young fools again—to slow time down and get taken in, and fall in love once more.” Pico Iyer… 568 more words


EuroTrip Recap #StudyAbroad

My last weekend abroad ended with me traveling by myself on a train to Pisa that Friday, on a train to Venice on Saturday with a group of fellow students, and by bus and train to Cinque Terre with a cheap tour guide group. 296 more words


Lake Garda, Italy.

This is where I’m taking my character Penny in my contemporary mystery/romance story. It was just impossible to drink up 7 days worth of adventure here and not pour it out in my writing!