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Belgium All Bran

So we are going to Europe for a month, just knocking around, visiting places we never saw before. And Barbara is saying she needs to pack on a load of Kellogg’s All Bran, because that what it takes to keep … Continue reading

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Brussels Photo Gallery

My thinking was Brussels would be like going to Dallas, but flatter. It turns out Dallas needs to loosen up if it’s going to challenge Brussels for excitement. Here are some photos collected one day during a walk about. Buying … Continue reading

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Coco Beach Lunch

The Great Lunch Expedition The night we arrived at Captain Morgan’s Retreat we had dinner at their restaurant, and it was most grand. For lunch the next day we figured there must be something besides. The literature we had showed … Continue reading

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Les Crepes de Paris

Yesterday I posted a story about walking around Paris, and it included stopping at a creperie and ordering fresh crepes. And those were good. They were made with cheese filling, and we figured that would be it for us. We … Continue reading

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Heron House Key West

Vacation time again and, being January, Key West seemed an ideal choice. We stayed four nights at the Heron House on Frances Street. The place is a short walk to the waterfront and points of interest. Wait a moment. Every … Continue reading

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Karpanta de Sevilla

Good eats in Sevilla Barbara Jean and I went trooping about Sevilla in the afternoon, saw a few sights, and headed back to the hotel. It was about time to get hungry. We were walking slowly up Calle Gonzalo Bilbao, … Continue reading

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Alicante Tarantino

It’s not as spectacular nor as famous as Rio’s Copacabaña, but the Alicanti waterfront has an attraction of its own. It’s a place where lovers connect. It’s a place where tourists gawk. And it’s  place of varied dining. One is Tarantino, inspired … Continue reading

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