Todays Featured Poster • Florence, Italy, The Ponte Vecchio Bridge

One of the world’s most famous bridges, the Ponte Vecchio sits in the heart of Florence, Italy. The Ponte Vecchio is a medieval stone arch bridge over the Arno River. It was the only bridge in Florence spared from destruction during the Second World War, and is noted for the leather and jewelry shops builtContinue reading “Todays Featured Poster • Florence, Italy, The Ponte Vecchio Bridge”

Todays Featured Poster • Belogradchik Fortress And Rocks, Bulgaria

Belogradchik Fortress and Belogradchik rocks are the best-preserved ancient castle in Bulgaria. Located on the north-western slopes of the Balkan Mountains near to the town of Belogradchik is the Belogradchik Fortress. The strategic location of this castle takes advantage of the incredible rock formations in the area. Namely, the Belogradchik Rocks, which are a significantContinue reading “Todays Featured Poster • Belogradchik Fortress And Rocks, Bulgaria”

Kissing The Blarney Stone

When you have a limited number of days to visit a country you just keep going, even when the weather turns foul. Such was the case when we traveled to Blarney Castle. Not so much cold but a good on and off drizzle. I’m still not sure what brought us to pick Blarney over aContinue reading “Kissing The Blarney Stone”

Traveling Through Beaujolais

Spending a week along the Rhône in France. Traveling up the river from Marseille, through historic Avignon, Arles, the Roman city of Vienne and ending up in Lyon, France’s culinary heart. This trip included time visiting the Beaujolais wine region and a number of quaint Provençal villages. Located north of Lyon in eastern France, BeaujolaisContinue reading “Traveling Through Beaujolais”

A Wet Day In Blarney

When you have a limited number of days to visit a country you just keep going, even when the weather turns foul. Such was the case when we traveled to Blarney Castle. Not so much cold but a persistent on and off drizzle. I’m still not sure what brought us to pick Blarney over aContinue reading “A Wet Day In Blarney”