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Posts from the ‘Travel’ Category

Paying Homage to Anthony Bourdain At A Dublin Chipper

To me, the Dublin Roma II episode is a good representation of what I had loved about him the most. His fluency in street talk could switch to haut monde as easily as flipping a switch.  He spoke my language with his witty Bourdanism's. 

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Willett Distillery Kentucky Bourbon Trail Craft Tour

I learned that since 1936, this family has been making bourbon. However, their family dynasty traces back 150 years and this fifth generation has a master distiller by the name of Drew Kulsveen, who is one of the youngest experts in the field.

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Wright On Madison-Frank Lloyd Wright’s Monona Terrace.

I thought certain elements that were just weird to me in design concept looked amazing in practice. Clearly, I am no visionary.

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Kicking It In Key West On The Cheap

Casual Key West and your fun on the cheap, quirky, colorful and bike friendly town, you had me at hello and cuban coffee.

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Meg Visits Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum – Key West Florida

I love his hard hitting truth. Some of my favorite quotes came from this contraption and here are a few.

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Happy Birthday From The Big Cave in Kentucky- 7 Ways That Mammoth Cave Humbled Me.

A place that takes on shapes and forms of another world and my imagination went in many directions.

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Going Bananas for Fish-Cosmo’s Courtyard 100 Dishes To Eat In Alabama Before You Die

Unwrapped that fish like it was a Christmas present.

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Urban Bourbon – Evan Williams Kentucky Bourbon Trail

If you are a bourbon enthusiast, a history buff, or just looking for something interesting to do in Louisville, you too will be interested in this fun-filled historical bourbon tour.

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Are You Ready For Some Football? Touring Green Bay Packer’s Hall of Fame

Oh, and if you are not a GB Packer fan, no worries, I can not tell you how often I meet fantastic people from every N.F.L corner who have traveled to Green Bay to experience this historical story. Incidentally, yesterday, August, 11th,2016 was the packer's 97th birthday. Here's to a fantastic 98!

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian Home of Florida’s Lakeland College

It is hard to fathom that these designs were lost to time, and yet, this is exactly what happened. During the tour, we learned that the plans were found in the archives at Florida Southern College.

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