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Eating Ireland

Eating Ireland

Food in Ireland Fish and Chips in Ireland I am an unapologetic travel addict. So it's no surprise I jumped at a recent, last minute invitation to stay with friends just outside of Limerick, Ireland. I was eager to see the land of verdant hills, castles, Celtic...

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The Omphalos of Tuscany in Castelmuzio

The Omphalos of Tuscany in Castelmuzio

Everyone tells me that they simply love touring Italy. I do too. The food, the wine, the undulating roads lined with emblematic cypress trees. Beginning with the Etruscans millennia ago up to today's Republic, it's rich history and beauty have earned a place in my...

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The Secret Side of Santorini

The Secret Side of Santorini

"Santorini would not be what it is without Pinterest." As my Greek taxi driver maneuvered the twisting turns around the volcanic mountains, the island was laid out below us: scattered farms, lush, vibrant plains of fields, the occasional church with its...

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Van Life in the South of Spain

Van Life in the South of Spain

Van Life Everywhere I looked online, van travel was stylishly portrayed. Elegant people draped over beautiful hand-made bedspreads; friends laughing, beers in hand and the soft golden light of dusk illuminating the happiness that only life on the road can bring. Vans...

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A Garden in Fiesole

A Garden in Fiesole

Fiesole, Italy The Sights in Florence I sat soaking up the sun in a small walled garden. Tumbling geraniums held the moss-covered stones together as they did most of this hillside town. The drone of bees left the air heavy. Once formal garden paths weaved through one...

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Slow Travel through London

Slow Travel through London

London by footpower 2017 was a rough year for many reasons. Chief among them - my parents died in the spring, 20 days apart. After months of sharing daily care with my sister, I was suddenly left with a lot of free time. I was sad and a bit at sea, so when I got an...

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Why your next trip to Ireland should be on two wheels

Why your next trip to Ireland should be on two wheels

Why Ireland? I've drunk the Guinness in Dublin, walked the edge of Cliffs of Moher, eaten oysters in Galway and kissed the Blarney Stone. Of course, there is so much more to do in Ireland than the obvious, but most only scratch Ireland on the surface. Ernest...

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