Yesterday was a long travel day. Longer than I expected. By the time we arrived at our final Airbnb we had been "in motion" for 8.5 hours. This included a ride to the train Doune station, a train ride to Edinburgh, a tram ride to the airport, some time eating lunch there, a short flight … Continue reading Windows on the world
On Sunday night, after I had walked my dear husband for over 20,000 steps according to the counters on our phones, I took him out for a nice dinner. I had the intention of walking the 90 minute coastal path from Cremyll to Cawsand, but we got lost once, adding steps. Since the path was … Continue reading Gratitude, my lovelies
On Sunday we took the Plymouth Ferry from the Barbican to Cremyll. I was excited to arrive in Cornwall. This is where my Grandfather (Jim) was born, and where my great Grandma Tizzie (Elizabeth) and great Grandpa (James) lived before they emigrated to the New World. Great Grandpa died when Jim was very young. He'd … Continue reading Barbican to Cornwall
Hello Friends! Happy Friday to you and yours. We arrived safely yesterday in London and had a lovely sightseeing and walking tour (self-directed) of the Westminster area of London. My hubby took this photo of the London Eye. It was a lovely and sunny day here, so a great start to our trip. Happy weekend … Continue reading London Eye
My Friends, Hubby and I are planning our September vacation/honeymoon trip to the U.K. and I would like to ask your advice if you either live or have traveled to England and Ireland. From September 5-19 we will be traveling. We have already reserved AirBnB's in London (St. James Park), Plymouth (with day trip to … Continue reading Can I ask you a favor?