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Wordless Wednesday - Seen in Cesme

In a town full of small cobblestone streets

Where the old meets the new and the modern streetsweeper needs a man with a broom to assist… 89 more words


An American in Paris - Première Partie

I’m going to start my post by saying this: Paris in Spring is just as amazing as people say.

In addition, its title as the City of Love is well-deserved. 1,302 more words


Sunday at the Palace

Our little afternoon venture to Heidelberg (which is only an hour away from our home in Wiesbaden) was for the sole purpose of visiting a castle we had heard so much about. 450 more words


Patchwork Quilts and Cobblestone Streets

..Cobblestone streets that stand the test of time leading generations down a path that goes somewhere..

..A stone cracks only to be replaced by another, years later, in a slightly mismatched color.. 94 more words



Cobblestone streets of Puerto Vallarta lend to the charm of the historic city center. Although some would call them dangerous due in part to their uneven surface and ability to form potholes, the original use of cobblestones during the early days was quite practical. 387 more words

Puerto Vallarta

Earth Tones

Since we arrived in Germany almost 2 months ago, we’ve slowly started to explore the area of Wiesbaden. A popular place is the downtown area, where you can find a multitude of shops, cafés, and restaurants lining the cobblestone streets. 529 more words


Vive México

Technically, I’m on holiday. But the Strava art obsession never really rests, and I’d’ve been really quite sad to have spent two weeks in Bucerias without adding at least one more piece to my Strava doodles collection. 153 more words