On our recent 12-day trip to England, Scotland, and Wales my husband and I took almost 2000 pictures. (That’s what happens when your cell phone is easier to whip out than your camera.) Most of those pictures are of the incredible scenery, ancient architecture, and, uh, food I ate. But one of the things I
Innsbruck, Austria was one of my favorite cities from our trip to Europe last summer. I could stare at this view for hours.
Wow, we had such great dialog on Tuesday’s post. I love it when all my blog friends come together to discuss a topic. That’s a tough act to follow, so today I’m giving you the last installment of photos from my European tour this summer. We ended our vacation in lovely London. As usual, we
I have been shirking my travelog duties lately, so today I thought I’d cover a little of my trip to Paris. As luck (good or bad, depending on your preferences) would have it, we arrived in Paris on Bastille Day. We reached the city in time for dinner and then a nine o’clock boat tour
This is a random collection of fun things from my European tour that I haven’t already mentioned. This semi caught my eye on the way to Florence. Truck drivers in many European countries are not allowed to drive on Sundays or holidays (or even the whole weekend). They just have to stop and park until
My husband and I recently took the kids on a 12-day tour of Europe. We hit the highlights of cities like London, Venice, and Paris, and enjoyed the natural beauty of Innsbruck and Lucerne. But–as I mentioned in a previous post– the most interesting part for me was the details that made Europe different from
I have more fun tidbits about our European travels, but I’ve been getting requests for photos of things besides toilets, so today I’m going to share some of my favorite shots from one of my favorite spots: Innsbruck, Austria. We fell in love with this city, and it was only rivaled by Lucerne, Switzerland, which