- Western USA,
- Off-the-Beaten Path,
- Food & Wine
I love getting to know the local culture wherever I travel, and I'm ready to travel anywhere. Lets go y'all!
My travel style
When we are the only "non-locals" at the restaurant, winery or other venue, we've got it right. There are amazing things to see and learn off the usual tourist routes.
Convention center property set on 45-acres with casual rooms and suites.
The Lygon Arms
Luxe property in a converted coaching inn from the 17th-century with plush rooms and suites.
JW Marriott Camelback Inn Scottsdale Resort & Spa
Pueblo-style Camelback Mountain hotel in Paradise Valley featuring attentive service, deluxe amenities, heated outdoor pools, garden terraces and desert trails in the Sonoran Desert. Complimentary shuttle to an 18-hole championship golf course available.
Recently returned from:
Dining at Cafe do Fado in Lisbon – fine wine, good food and lovely music in an intimate atmosphere.
Exploring Dallas Arboretum’s magical 12 Days of Christmas display.
Watching craftspeople restore Viking ships in Roskilde, Denmark.
Viewing Mt. Rushmore and the Taj Mahal at Legoland with a Tuborg in hand.
More of Portugal.
Lubbock, Texas for the Windmill Museum, Buddy Holly Museum and fine Texas wine at McPherson Winery.
Tangoing under the stars in Mendoza.
One thing I can't travel without...
Two truths, one lie:
We enjoyed beef tongue in Dijon, France.
I yodeled in Interlaken, Switzerland.
I waltzed in Vienna.
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