Crates of fresh fruit and vegetable, antique china dolls with real hair, notes and coins
As I mentioned in my previous post, we spent a few days in Durham
You may already be familiar with Durham even if you’ve never been here
Our road trips around Texas occasionally take us
One of the things I love about London is the markets, both covered and open air.
Walking around the West End is like going back in time to the golden age of the railway and industry
Texas holds several surprises for visitors, including the San Antonio Missions
No matter how many times one has visited London, the city always has one more secret to share
First, find The Leaky Cauldron pub between a bookshop and a music shop.
The views from the keep are astounding: the town
One can easily imagine Blanche DuBois in a French Quarter balcony, propped up against the wrought iron railings, drink in hand
Many of London’s big attractions and landmarks are located south of the River Thames