Tweet I love flip-flops! Flip-flops say “Look at my fab pedicure.” They yell “Hooray! It’s sunny outside!” They holler “I’m on vacation!” Growing up, we called them “thongs” but after Sisqo’s “Thong Song” I’ve retrained myself to call them flip flops.
Tweet One of the items in today’s cruise news feed jumped off my monitor and into my face this morning. From Cruise Critic:
A Lovely Memory of My Least Favorite City in Mexico and 12 of the World’s Strangest Ice Cream Flavors
Tweet I had watched an episode of the great PBS series featuring Chef Rick Bayless “Mexico: One Plate at a Time” where Rick and his daughter went to the zocalo in downtown Acapulco where the ice cream vendors sell “Tepoznieves,” an ice cream from Tepoztlan. So, while in Acapulco for a day in port off […]
Tweet Like many American girls, one of the things I couldn’t wait to do on my first trip to Paris was a visit to a sidewalk cafe with a view of the Eiffel Tower. I wanted to sit on one of those rattan bistro chairs smoking a Gitanes or Gauloises French cigarettes like Audrey Hepburn […]
Tweet (Thanks, merci, to today’s guest blogger, Ken Diaz, Private Shore Trips!) As we drove along the famous street of La Promedade des Anglais, I remember how quiet it was in our minivan – we were too busy admiring the famous beaches along the Riviera to speak. We were headed to our hotel located in […]
Tweet I was inspired by a blog post from http://thefamilytravels.wordpress.com/. The newest piece of hardware in the Walt Disney Travel Company family is the much-anticipated Disney Dream, and she made her grand entrance at her new home port at Port Canaveral last week!
Tweet “The only things certain in life are death and TAXES.“ Benjamin Franklin I had heard about the new Tourist Tax on hotel rooms in Rome, and decided we’d better the whole scoop. And who better to ask than Travel Bound, one of our great wholesalers of hotels and activities in Europe and beyond? Here’s […]
Tweet (Thanks, merci, to Kier Matthews for today’s guest post!) We landed in Paris on Valentine’s Day shortly before dinner. It was our first time in Paris and we were a bit excited to be in the “City of Lights” on the most romantic day of the year.
Their carnival takes place for two weeks at the end of July into August, with parties in the streets of the capital city.
I marveled at the thought of the work, effort and faith it took to build it all by hand.