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Europe / Travel

3 Must-See Cities in Southern Spain – Part 1:

The Roman Bridge and Tower in Cordoba

Cordoba, Sevilla and Granada Are Waiting to Embrace You If Madrid is Spain’s heart, Andalusia including the cities of Cordoba, Sevilla and Granada own a large piece of its soul. It is a region of majestic mountains, sun-drenched beaches, turbulent history, mind boggling architecture, over-the-top scrumptious food and happy, friendly people. So, what’s there not […]

Food & Beverage / North America / Travel

Enjoy a Leisurely Quebec City River Cruise:

Chateau Frontenac from the Water

Stunning Scenery and an Entertaining History Lesson on the St. Lawrence Quebec City is a perfectly balanced combination of fascinating history, magnificent landscapes, cosmopolitan atmosphere and friendly inhabitants. The city is walkable, and touring on foot or by hop-on-hop-off bus is a true pleasure. But one of the most enjoyable ways to experience the magic […]

Food & Beverage / North America / Travel

At the Millworks It’s All About Pennsylvania:

Smoker outside the Millworks in Harrisburg, PA

A Unique Harrisburg Restaurant Elevates Food, Beer and Art to a Whole New Level. Looking for something more than food for your next meal? Something to feed all your senses? If you happen to be in midtown Harrisburg, PA, you’re in luck. The Millworks has everything you need to satisfy your hunger pangs, as well […]

Middle East / Travel

The Stunning Mosaics of Madaba:

Greek Mosaic Preserved in the Madaba Archeological Park (©simon@myeclecticimages.com)

Revealing Jordan’s Treasures in Tile and Glass The day was picture perfect. The sun was a warm yellow orb against a clear blue sky. The temperature was mild with a soft breeze. But what Simon, Otto and I were about to discover in the central Jordanian town of Madaba, made this glorious meteorological event pale […]

Accommodation / North America / Travel

The Fine Art of Hospitality at Degas House:

Historical Marker Outside Degas House

“Night at the Museum” New Orleans Style If you take a stroll down Esplanade Avenue in New Orleans’s long-established Esplanade Ridge neighborhood, be sure to stop by The Edgar Degas House Museum, Courtyard, Studio and Inn. There is much more behind the 18th century façade than meets the eye. The first thing you’ll notice is […]

Food & Beverage / North America

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey:

The Potent Pride of Lynchburg TBEX (Travel Bloggers Expo) conferences have become an important part of my blogging efforts. The sessions offer practical solutions to blogging issues. The connections Simon, Otto and I have made have brought us new friends and valuable resources. And then there are the FAM (familiarization) trips such as our visit to […]

Europe / Hints for Happier Travels / Travel

Confessions of an Unrepentant Diverbo Addict:

Warning! Volunteer Just Once for this Unique Language Program, and You’ll Be Hooked For Life. When Simon and I discovered Diverbo Pueblo Ingles nearly 15 years ago, it was one of those random events that would later prove to be life-altering. We were living in Atlanta at the time, adjusting to being recent empty-nesters and […]