I loved Copenhagen—the city, the canals, the castles and the people. Everywhere the people we met were very helpful and friendly. We spent a lot of time on trains; the system was easy to figure out. The place we rented was 20 minutes outside of Copenhagen and seemed very rural,Read More
We took the train across the bridge from Copenhagen to Malmo, Sweden, via the 10 mile bridge. I was interested in Malmo from my Children’s International Summer Villages (CISV) days, as our Dallas chapter had exchanges with Malmo.Read More
We took a tour of the Birdman sight. It was our first day on the island and we were looking for orientation. Our guide was great, showed us the volcano and took us to the sight.Read More
We traveled to the Galapagos because my dear friend Lori Buhrfiend (@lellogoods) mentioned that she was going. That got me thinking—South America was our winter destination, but we had not planned an itinerary. What a great idea!
We stayed at the Galapagos Eco Friendly on Isla San Cristobal (San Cristobal Island) for one week before moving to Isla Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz Island). We were happy with this plan, as each island had unique offerings. Here are the highlights of our fabulous two weeks in the Galapagos.Read More
Our second week in Quito was dogged by rain. We even stayed indoors most of Sunday to catch up on bills, blogs and laundry. In spite of formidable weather, we managed to take one very long daytrip and to see several museums in the city.Read More