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Travel Agents … Yes or No?

Over the weekend, a travel agent friend re-read that blog and let me know there are a couple of recent changes in the travel professional’s world you should be aware of.

Musings, Travel

Maps and Cameras Or “How to Avoid Looking Like a Tourist”

I try not to be that picture-snapping, fold-out-map-consulting person, but it happens.

Musings, Road Trip, Travel

Music Drives Me

...when The Go-Go’s Vacation came on, it sparked my thinking about favorite songs that put me in the traveling mood.

Arizona, Road Trip, Travel

A Dam Blog (Hoover Dam)

Once you’ve walked the dam, get back in your car and drive it. There’s very little traffic and it takes you to the overlook parking areas on the Arizona side.

Trains, Walks

The Light at the End of the Tunnel

The converted railway is super flat and super wide, so it’s an easy walk with spectacular views.

Food, Musings, Travel

Outdoor Markets are Worldwide

The outdoor market is a MUST! It’s the perfect place to snag a unique souvenir or some fresh-off-the-tree (or vine) snacks or even a low-cost picnic-style dinner in your hotel room with your feet up.

Food, Musings, Travel, Wine/Cocktails

A Simple Meal

Judy and I marveled at how we continually bring our travels to our table, re-living the tastes and memories of places we’ve been both near and far.

Bucket List, Distractions, Diversion, Flying, Food, Musings, Travel

For the Love of Travel

The age old question lovers ask each other popped into my head, “Why do you love me?” If travel could ask me that, how would I answer?

Distractions, Flying, Musings, Travel

The Contrails Are Back!

Contrails, after all, are visual reminders of how easy it is to travel the world and experience new and exciting things.

Alexandria, Food, Travel

Fresh Olive Oil in Arizona

David poured samples of olive oil into little cups and passed them around, the scent of the fresh EVOO transported me back to Italy as I inhaled it before sipping the golden-colored liquid.