Category Archives: Travelogue

Turibus in DF

CRIKEY! That’s all I can say! Yesterday we decided to take the Turibus, I selected the Circuito Sur route from the internet because it included stops in Coyoacan. We got to the start point at Fuente de Cibeles which is … Continue reading

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sometimes you just gotta roll with the flow

Sometimes you just don't know what you are in for. We came to Puerto Vallarta to visit with friends, sit on the beach, go to the Botanical Gardens, and maybe go whale watching. Things didn't work out with the visiting … Continue reading

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back in Puerto Vallarta

Quite a few months ago we made plans to visit Puerto Vallarta (PVR), among other places. An opportunity came up with a house sitter for the entire month of February and in to the first week of March. We have … Continue reading

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Travelogue – Bagni di Lucca, Italy

Bagni di Lucca, October 2013   From Lucca we decided to come to Bagni di Lucca. Why? Well, why not? We are in our last week of Italy and decided we like the mountains and the hill towns, and we … Continue reading

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Travelogue – Pisa, Italy

1 October 2013   While in Lucca we used one of our days and did a day trip to Pisa. It is a short train ride, less than 45 minutes, and costs 3.3€ per person each way.   We had … Continue reading

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Travelogue – Parma Italy

We were in Parma 21, 22, 23 September, 2013   Tom and I are in Parma. We’ve got three nights here. WOW is all I’ve got to say. There are some pretty amazing things to see and do here. My … Continue reading

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Travelogue – Cinque Terre

We’ve been in Riomaggiore now for 5 nights. We leave tomorrow. This region is called the Cinque Terre (5 lands) and is made up of 5 mountain villages connected by trails. Starting from the South, Riomaggiore, Manorola, Corniglia, Varnazza, and … Continue reading

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