We’re all familiar with the allure of Paris, Rome, London, Barcelona… and these cities are indeed deserving of their reputations. Everyone should see the Sacre Coeur or the Trevi Fountain at least once in their lifetime. But where can you go for a truly amazing experience outside of the standard European tourist destinations? Here, I’ll […]
My, oh my, how things change as we age, eh? It used to be the case that the #AP4L and I never wanted to go the same place twice. Because it meant forgoing a whole new place, right? But yes. I’m starting to learn the benefits of repeat visits and, dare I say… slow travel.
England is among the few “repeat countries” the #AdventurePartnerForLife and I have on our lists. I’m actually half-English and a dual citizen, but hadn’t invested any time in England for almost twenty years. And neither one of us had ever been to Wales. So, we decided to go back and see some new things on […]
I ‘ll be honest—I was kinda taken with Lisbon. I’d heard mixed reviews about it in comparison to its larger metropolitan neighbors. And, of course, lots of people tack it on to a trip to Spain as a side note. But I really enjoyed it. There are so many interesting things to do in Lisbon, […]
Driving in the Azores was just fun. It was fun to be a passenger and look around. My dad was having fun with Formula One, Mini edition. I’m looking forward to hiking in the Azores, too. I remarked at how many bicyclists and runners there were and my dad said it’s because there’s nothing else […]
The West Side of Sao Miguel Happy to say I had a desperately needed solid night’s sleep. I still got up at a ridiculous hour to have some coffee, blog, write in my gratitude journal. I also planned today’s Sao Miguel agenda, and showered, all by the time my dad woke up. All was going […]
Travel days are typically pretty boring, and getting to the Azores wasn’t much of an exception. My dad flew in from Dallas a couple days earlier and we flew from Baltimore to Boston without much fuss. Time to put another father-daughter adventure on the books! Airport Woes There was the part where we