Europe Touring

24 May 19
Scottish American Blog

Another sleep deprived night.  Went to bed at about 11:30, but still woke up at 2.  Didn’t get back to sleep until after 5.  Spent the time trying to put my finger on how to describe Ireland.  Dubliners tend to be friendly, for a large, capital city.  There’s a lot of traffic and walking around […]

24 May 19
slicethelife

Bob Dylan turns seventy-eight today. Bob is still going strong and from looking at tour dates he will be in Europe touring in June and July. If you get a chance to see him do. I saw him again in November and it he and his band were outstanding. Bob’s debut album came out 57 […]

24 May 19
Audiophile Audition

Continued tribute to Violinist Franco Gulli…

24 May 19
Ramblin' Dan: Bike Touring Adventures

Lodi, Italy to Milan, Italy There isn’t much to say about today’s ride. The goal was just to get from Lodi to Milan which was about 20 miles. I went from farm roads to busy streets as I got closer to the city center. There wasn’t much to see along the way, but I made […]

24 May 19
Jim is the Traveling Man

Our next trip out of the country began to teach me what I needed to know to plan future trips. My wife wanted to visit family sites in both Poland and United Kingdom. Our son was also serving in the Army and stationed in Germany. Just to top it off we decided to visit Paris, […]

24 May 19
Ironhorse Travels

We visited an old friend of mine in Lisbon area, joining his family in exploring the area and crashing a family birthday party.

24 May 19
sissau10huy missouri

2064: Read Only Memories is a cyberpunk thriller that explores the social challenges of tomorrow through classic adventure gaming. A journalist-turned-detective teams up with Turing, the world’s first sapient machine, to unmask a conspiracy that will shake the foundations of Neo-San Francisco. The Man in the High Castle is based on the Philip K. Dick […]

24 May 19
All-things

A decade and a half before Memorial Day became a federal holiday in 1971, Billy Graham was in Boston to deliver a memorial address to the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The year was 1955, and he had just finished visiting many U.S. military installations in Europe. Below is an excerpt of his timeless message, which […]

24 May 19
Tsunoda Family

The rental car was a Renault Espace, a crossover between a mini van and an SUV. It was super quiet, comfortable, and provided a nice touring experience. After traveling the E40 highway for about two hours, we arrived in Dunkirk, France. This northern French town was popularized with the release of the movie Dunkirk. Dunkirk […]

24 May 19
Tourism News | eTN.travel

Suzhou, fondly known as China’s Venice of the East, will take center stage as the city’s newest iconic landmark with the launch of a new, contemporary chic hotel, Niccolo Suzhou, in 2020. Crowning the top floors of Suzhou International Finance Square (IFS), a Wharf (Holdings) Limited super tower, the 215 room Niccolo Hotel and fifth […]

24 May 19
Cherie Lynn's Herstory

DNA for genealogy or anthropology is not just about finding the ancestors, their information and rellies – it is about going to visit people and places from the cemetery down the street to the archives in any country in the world or the Ice-Age art of the caves of southern France and northern Spain. I […]