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Travel Log: The Bustle of Boston, MA

I would classify mine and Jared’s travel style as adventurous, outdoorsy, no frills and usually unscheduled and spontaneous.  But we stepped outside of our norm last weekend, finding ourselves in the big city of Boston, MA. 813 more words

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The Road That Leads to Life

There is a lakeside park that I enjoy visiting about an hour’s drive from my home.

Besides the scenic view over the water, the wild birds that frequent the area and the peaceful atmosphere, the stone street that runs through it is very inviting and nostalgic. 201 more words

Photos With Christian Thoughts By Myra Johnson

Cobblestone streets are a pain in the ass

You know what’s a pain in the ass? Cobblestone streets. Seriously, how are these still being produced? I can understand, that way back in ancient times, the… 379 more words

Few Roads Lead to Cinque Terre

Fortunately, there are few roads that lead into the Cinque Terre towns by car. In fact, cars are incapable of reaching the confined communities which are protected by surrounding rock mountains.  1,395 more words

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Bo Kaap

Right in the city center of Cape Town you’ll find Bo-kaap. Don’t think there is another area in Cape Town that is this colorful and full of character. 29 more words

What To Do With Kids In Cape Town

Philadelphia

We recently had a death in the family; the funeral was to take place in Philadelphia, PA.  So, this past Thursday morning, Charlie, Cynthia (daughter), Tre (grandson) and I began our drive to Philadelphia.   565 more words

cobble/coffee

Location: Dublin, Ireland. wearing: Top Shop Raincoat, Lululemon Black Vinyasa scarf, Primark “Go Wild” Shirt, sneaks and purse from San Lorenzo Mercato in Florence, Italy. On the cobblestone streets in Temple Bar, Dublin.

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