“M” is for Moving:

“M” is for Moving:

Taking a Break from Blogging to Relocate. This post is overdue, and it was supposed to be entitled “M” is for Milan. Now, my tale of this remarkable Italian goddess of a city will have to wait until the New Year. We are in the process of moving from New Bern, North...
“K” if for Krakow – Part 2:

“K” if for Krakow – Part 2:

Where Turbulent History, a Fire-Breathing Dragon, and Perfect Pierogi Converge Exploring the Jewel that Is Krakow For centuries, the Jews of Krakow enjoyed a peaceful existence where their culture and community thrived. Then the Nazis nearly erased Judaism from...
“K” is for Krakow:

“K” is for Krakow:

Where Turbulent History, a Fire-Breathing Dragon, and Perfect Pierogi Converge Part I: The Jews of Krakow (The next installment in the series,, “The ABCs of Future Travel”, designed to inspire you to start planning your next trip.) My memories of Krakow never fails to...
“J” Is for Jerusalem:

“J” Is for Jerusalem:

The Beating Heart of Israel (The next installment in the series,, “The ABCs of Future Travel”, designed to inspire you to start planning your next trip.) Jerusalem is one of the most volatile, yet revered, cities in the world, It has haunted me over the decades. It is...
“I” is for Israel

“I” is for Israel

An extraordinary nation where wonders never cease (The next installment in the series, “The ABCs of Future Travel”, designed to inspire you to start planning your next trip.) Israel is a country of just over nine million inhabitants that, theoretically, should have a...

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