UNESCO

The Magic of Mont Saint-Michel | A UNESCO World Heritage Site

I believe it would be fair to express that viewing images of Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy, France are stirring and magical. It evokes feelings of wonderment and enchantment, and for some possible moments of breathlessness. Mont Saint-Michel (Pexel) Mont Saint-Michel was that for me, from the moment I first saw photos when I was young,… Continue reading The Magic of Mont Saint-Michel | A UNESCO World Heritage Site

Jetsetting

Beautiful Saint-Malo – A Pirate Town | Discovering Brittany, France

Saint-Malo is one of Britany's most picturesque locations. The sandy beaches, cool sea breezes, and the charming walled city made this historic French port a stunning place to visit. Walking along the tops of the city walls of this former pirate city, and overlooking the coast of the English Channel was breathtaking. Then I did… Continue reading Beautiful Saint-Malo – A Pirate Town | Discovering Brittany, France

Jetsetting

The Cultural City of NOVI SAD | Discovering Serbia

Stari Grad I had an extra day or two while I was visiting Belgrade in Serbia, and decided on a quick solo trip to the second largest city, Novi Sad. This was a very easy trip that I strongly recommend for those who are visiting Belgrade. The travel time was only 1.5 hours, and the… Continue reading The Cultural City of NOVI SAD | Discovering Serbia

Jetsetting

Lovely Lake Bled | Discovering Slovenia

A visit to Lake Bled while exploring Slovenia will always be worth the journey. Over the centuries, people (especially Europeans) have flocked to the shores of Lake Bled for its medical benefits, as well as some R & R -rest and relaxation. That is why I had ventured out to Lake Bled from Ljubljana, a… Continue reading Lovely Lake Bled | Discovering Slovenia

Jetsetting, UNESCO

Historic Heidelberg – A UNESCO Creative City | Discovering Germany

The city of Heidelberg was a fascinating place to visit while I was traveling for a month throughout Germany. It is one of the country's most educated cities, with centuries of history and habitation, as well as being an atmospheric town along the River Neckar. Heidelberg is full of culture, and was designated a "City… Continue reading Historic Heidelberg – A UNESCO Creative City | Discovering Germany

Jetsetting

Windsor Castle | Discovering England

Just 20 miles outside of London is the Royal Residence, Windsor Palace. If you follow royal weddings, then you would also know that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Palace in May 2018. This castle has a great history of royal weddings, as well as being a royal… Continue reading Windsor Castle | Discovering England

Jetsetting

The Temple of Horus | EDFU, EGYPT

The ancient city of Edfu, which sits along the West Bank of the Nile River is home to the grand and astounding Temple of Horus. It was constructed between 237 and 57 BC, during the Ptolemaic Kingdom and is one of the best preserved Egyptian shrines. The reliefs and inscriptions are from the Hellenistic period… Continue reading The Temple of Horus | EDFU, EGYPT

Food Journals

What I ate in CAIRO and GIZA, EGYPT | A Food Journal

When I was first planning our trip to Egypt, I had researched traditional Egyptian food, and was looking forward to trying many of their dishes. As soon as I got into Cairo, the majority of the food that I ate was International Cuisine, especially in the hotels that we were staying at. I was not… Continue reading What I ate in CAIRO and GIZA, EGYPT | A Food Journal

USA Travel

A Walk Through Savannah, Georgia

I love to walk. If you have ever traveled with me or expect to travel with me, know that I enjoy walking. If I am not exhausted, dehydrated, or very hungry expect that I will enjoy a stroll for miles while on holiday. If not in vacation mode, I do drive. The city of Savannah… Continue reading A Walk Through Savannah, Georgia

Food Journals

What I ate in the BALKANS – Part 2 – A Food Journal

I am "real" and so are my food journals. There are times when I travel and I eat great things, and other times the food is just ordinary.  While traveling through the Balkans, there were times that I ate whatever was available, and it was uneventful. That is life and that is travel.   Greetings… Continue reading What I ate in the BALKANS – Part 2 – A Food Journal