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Road Head

As a wanderlusty globetrottress with severe Restless Leg Syndrome, I have a serious addiction to travel. I spent years cultivating a strong knowledge of other cultures and customs, developing an appreciation for international foods and fares, mastering foreign languages, and even devoting several years of my life to an education in global health. 1,529 more words


“There’s something about the sound of a train that’s very romantic and nostalgic and hopeful.”
~Paul Simon~

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Diamonds on the soles of my shoes

Another day, another week of long morning walks in the sun and doing research. Can’t complain.

It’s been seven days since I saw¬†Sting and Paul Simon perform together on stage in O2 Arena. 126 more words


Today in NYC History: The 59th Street Bridge Renamed for Edward I. Koch

If you’ve ever seen Koch, the movie, you’ll recall the scenes were Ed Koch delightfully waves at drivers crossing “my new bridge!” The scene was filmed shortly after the 59th Street/Queensboro Bridge was renamed the Edward I. 584 more words

Today In NYC History

Vinyl Sunday (Part 6)

After a delightful dinner of homemade butter chicken we have time for one more album before bedtime and – as per usual – HRH has chosen something I never would have expected, the ‘ 351 more words


Among Friends

Paul Simon and Sting kick off their European tour in Berlin

By Sascha Krieger

When, in 2004, Simon and Garfunkel reunited for what was likely to be one last tour., they called it “Old Friends”. 701 more words