Barcelona is a gorgeous city; this is its harbor on a bright day. Don’t you just want to go sailing?
A beautiful spring day in Barcelona, one that ensures you that summer is soon on the way. These boats all look ready to take you out to that deserted beach or island. I want to go!
At the end of the famous shopping street of La Rambla, wandering down to the Barcelona Harbor and Port is a great way to relax. To let the breeze take your stresses and troubles and push them out to sea. Just standing on [...]
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Traveling gives you the opportunity to get a glimpse into somebody else’s life.
I’m fascinated by homes around the world. You can tell a lot by a person’s home, and front yard for that matter.
Therefore, I’ve compiled ten photos of front yards from around the world. What can we glean from them?
This first house was the house Jim and I owned in Alaska. Alaska front yards contain a lot of snow, and usually the machines and tools that help you remove the snow or at least a couple of four wheel drives to get you up that [...]
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Just a small island off the tip of Italy, Sardinia, is surprisingly charming. I’ve been a few times, and it has never disappointed me. In fact it’s high time I head back. You might think the only thing to do there is go to the beach, and although they do have some fabulous beaches, that is not my thing. I still haven’t figured out what the allure is of sweating profusely and trying to brush all the sand from your body has for people, so I may go to the beach for a walk or to take some photos, but [...]
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