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Outlander Part One and the Highlands Wrap-Up

The day after Christmas is a holiday, Boxing Day, so we visited outdoor sites related to Outlander.  The standing stones don’t actually exist from the book or series, but we saw the circle near Culloden.  652 more words

Women Traveling Alone

How Feldenkrais Functional Integration is Like Fine Dining (and vice versa)

If Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement lessons are akin to wine tasting, then a Functional Integration session is comparable to fine dining: memorable and worth it. 1,674 more words


A Highland Christmas Tour

I’ve just spent Christmas in the Highlands and it was one of the best I’ve had!

So, what am I doing in Scotland?  Well, going back to the US really didn’t make sense (who wants to be on a plane on NYE and arrive early New Year’s day?), so I took a quick look at other options.  555 more words

Women Traveling Alone

Fête des Lumières in Lyon

I had two goals for my time in Lyon – to see if the food scene was as good as rumored and to see the Fête des Lumières.  838 more words

American Ex-Pat In France

Abbey of St Savin

In the past, I never really paid attention to the UNESCO designation, but it does provide some focus and ideas when you’re not certain what to see in an area.  417 more words

American Ex-Pat In France

A Tour of Tours

When I first moved to France, PB and I were discussing my choice to live in the Civray area.  At the time, PB thought I was a little crazy and I mentioned that I liked Toulouse, but I would never want to move further from the CDG airport because I enjoy International travel so much.  877 more words

American Ex-Pat In France

My Camino: Day 31 - The End of the Road

Well here we are – at the end of the road for this pilgrim. Two years ago I watched a stupid movie and the next thing you know I’m telling folks I’m going to walk across Spain just like Martin Sheen did in “The Way.” 1,183 more words

Camino De Santiago