Monthly Archives: May 2017

Grimaldi’s Coal Brick-Oven Pizzeria in Las Vegas

There are a lot of restaurant choices in Las Vegas, many of them coming with a fairly hefty price tag. On a previous trip to Vegas, we found Grimaldi’s Coal Brick-Oven Pizzeria in the Venetian and since we love New … Continue reading

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Passing in the Blink of an Eye

Time is going by very quickly and we are rapidly approaching the halfway point for the year. It seems like there is so much happening that we don’t have time to even think about our plans for the rest of … Continue reading

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Images from the Past

Since the dawn of man, cultures have been capturing images of themselves, their gods, and their lives in some form or another. Starting early on with cave drawings and then carving images out of stone. It is an important way … Continue reading

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Piazzale Michelangelo

When visiting Florence, Italy, taking the time to walk up to Piazzale Michelangelo is an absolute must. There is obviously the bronze replica of Michelangelo’s statue of David, but the real reason is the see the breathtaking views of the … Continue reading

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How Long is Long Enough

When planning a trip to a city or a country, how long is long enough? The answer probably depends a little bit on your travel style, whether you plan to revisit again in the future, the detail to which you … Continue reading

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The Colors of Life

Every culture has captured everyday life as well as their folklore through the use of statues.┬áThe details and images can be quite beautiful, but it is important to remember that this isn’t how they were viewed at the time. We … Continue reading

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Baked Manicotti – Simple and Delicious

Originally posted on livingtheqlife:
Manicotti is one of those meals that is perfect for any occasion and, best of all, it is even better the next day. When we’re looking for a meal that can satisfy our tastes as well…

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We Miss the European Rail System

Being back in the United States for a couple of months now, there are several things that we miss about our time in Europe. One of the most profound things that we miss is the train system and how easy … Continue reading

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We are Never Truly Alone

We may find ourselves with no one around us, but we are never truly alone. It may seem at times as if we are the only ones going through something, but in reality there are others out there who have … Continue reading

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Red Rock Canyon Open Space

The weather was absolutely beautiful this weekend so we took advantage of it to go on a short hike. This was our first time hiking the Red Rock Canyon Open Space, which is located between Colorado Springs and Manitou Springs, … Continue reading

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