Monthly Archives: February 2012

A Little Corner Of Italy

The last day of our road trip had arrived. The last stop on our three week trip was influenced by three people who I know but have never met. I am confident that you know them also. If you had … Continue reading

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I Wanted To Take You To Mt. Vernon…But

I wanted to take you to Mt. Vernon, George Washington’s historic home on the Potomac River but the weather did not cooperate. We really enjoyed our one day stay in Alexandria, Virginia on our way to Florida… so much that … Continue reading

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Historic Charleston Revisited

The southern town of Charleston, South Carolina is so lovely that it deserves multiple visits to really get to know all of its’ hidden charms. That is exactly what my husband and I did on our road trip down to … Continue reading

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Vero Beach, See It Like A Native

I guess you could say this is a tale of two cities.  I did the post about Vero Beach titled Far from the maddening crowds of south Florida. The post showed you the town through the eyes of a tourist and … Continue reading

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Far From The Maddening Crowds Of South Florida

In less than three hours driving time, you can be far from the maddening crowds of south Florida and enjoying the white sands and turquoise waters of Vero Beach, Florida. This small oceanfront community has all the sophistication of the … Continue reading

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Hip and Happening Delray Beach

Miami, Florida has the reputation for trendy styles and great restaurants but don’t count out Delray Beach. Located between stylish Palm Beach and Boca Raton, Delray Beach is called the “Village by the Sea”. With a name like that, you … Continue reading

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Suburban Florida And Chain Restaurants

Many of south Florida’s exclusive and gated communities lie at the doorstep of the Florida Everglades, literally building homes right to the very edge of the wetlands. The Everglades is one of the world’s largest (1,500,000 acres) subtropical wetlands. It … Continue reading

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Yacht Filled Waterways

Tropical warmth, yacht filled waterways and lush vegetation can mean only one thing. My husband and I have arrived in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, often called the Venice of America. If you have been following along, you know that we chose … Continue reading

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Historic Charleston, Raw Bars To Fine Dining

Ask a southerner what they think is one of the most charming cities to visit while touring the south and they will probably mention Charleston, South Carolina. As the second stop on a drive down Interstate 95 to Florida, Charleston … Continue reading

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Road Trip Down Interstate 95

Each year my husband and I go down to Florida to visit our family and friends…most of the time we fly. Two years ago we drove down but got caught in the historic blizzard that hit the east coast. We … Continue reading

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