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  “Nos Ossos Que Aqui Estamos Pelos Vossos Esperamos” “We Bones that are here, for yours await,” reads the ominous inscription above the entrance to the Capela dos Ossos (Chapel...
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Longing for a European vacation but short on vacation time? Québec City is the perfect getaway for vacation deprived Americans, especially those of us living in the Northeast. Its cobblestone...
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The main reason to visit the Tulum Archaeological Zone is its stunning setting, on a limestone cliff overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Yes, the Tulum Ruins are very touristy but read...
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Even the Mayan builders knew that it’s all about location, location, location! Perched on a cliff overlooking the clear, turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, the Mayan Ruins of Tulum...
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Away from the tourist buses and crowds of the world famous Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza, or those of nearby Tulum on the coast, there is the opportunity to explore...
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One of the many things I love about Autumn is the spectacular and dramatic late afternoon light. Yesterday, my husband and I went for a walk at neighboring Rose Tree Park and...
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It’s that time of year again in the Northeast. Daylight is waning. The weather is cooling down. The squirrels are gathering their nuts. The chipmunks are ubiquitous, running around and loudly chirping....
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Today I had reason to open the box containing some of my most prized possessions–you know, the items you might take with you when asked to evacuate–my travel journals. As I...
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It occurred to me today, that Spring is almost over and I haven’t posted any photos of Spring blossoms. It also occurred to me that I’ve neglected my blog. So,...
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A few years ago, I had the opportunity to pay honor to the 9/11 victims by visiting the Memorial site at the World Trade Center. Despite not knowing any of the...
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