Travel

When in Greece

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When in Greece, take a chance on Gyros:

Authentic Greek Gyros
Authentic Greek Gyros

It was a huge feast!

Costiera Amalfitana, The Amalfi Coast Road

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The Amalfi Coast Road
The Amalfi Coast Road

If I ever get another chance to visit the Mediterranean, I would love to do the Amalfi Coast Road again. It is a World Heritage Site for good reason. Beautiful. Breathtaking. Amazing. There just aren’t enough words to tell about it. If you ever get a chance to go take it! You won’t regret it! Having said that, I have one caveat: do NOT ride the road in a bus! Take a car ,or at most, a van. The road winds along the steep Amalfi coastline high above the Mediterranean Sea. Read the rest of this entry »

A Little Trip

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I’m back! The wrist is healing. I am so happy to say that I can finally type again, not to mention actually work my camera. Having my dominant hand in a splint has been trying to say the least! Especially since my left hand is pretty much disabled from a previous broken arm. Although my wrist still hurts in some positions and tires easily, I have rejected the splint for the most part and am trying to get back to my normal activities.

Last week we went on a little trip to the place we were married almost 45 years ago: Las Vegas. Read the rest of this entry »

A Lasting Reminder of the Oldest Profession

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Brothel-distance
One of the best remnants of Roman ruins in Ephesus is this Brothel

I recently posted about the unique Roman toilets here. The toilets are part of a massive complex called the State Agora in Ephesus, Turkey. One of the main streets is Marble Street, which is covered with guess what? That’s right: Marble slabs, as far as the eye can see! One of the marble slabs looks like this: Read the rest of this entry »