If anyone here is new, then you might not know Husband is an uber Bob Dylan fan, and proud of it.
Sometimes you look for a new job. Sometimes it is a hard decision to do so, but you know it’s the right one.
Saint Paul had a breather from the rain today, which meant golden, soft clouds at sunset.
In Barcelona, most tourists pass through Plaza George Orwell on their way to Las Ramblas or to see the historic Barrio Gotic. When husband and I passed through, we stopped in our tracks. When your band consists of one vegan and one vegetarian traveling in a meat eating nation, you are quick to hone in on a vegetarian restaurant immediately. In Plaza Orwell we saw multiple vegetarian restaurants…
These old cars, now used for city tours in Paris, always make me smile.
Today’s Throw Back Thursday photo from 2008 is a lovely lady from Tahiti,
The Rue Cler is one of my favorite stops in Paris. The neighborhood is just a few blocks long, but boasts some of the best traditional street markets in the city. On the Rue Cler you buy your cheese, bread, flowers and meat from different merchants along the way.
This photo was taken early morning, when the older crowds were examining the best goods of the day.
In the morning, light streams strong and bright on the side streets of Barcelona.
The Eiffel Tower twinkled in a puddle on the Champ de Mars the morning after a day of rain.