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Rome: The Pantheon

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] August 2009 In many ways, the Pantheon represents what Rome is all about: a city with so much history it’s like looking at a mosaic of all the art history movements in one place – from Antiquity to Medieval, Renaissance to Baroque, Neo-classical to Modern. It’s a visual medley of periods, if you will. From the outside, it is rugged… Keep Reading

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Rome: An Apartment in Trastevere

 August 2009 In Europe, it is very difficult to find hotel rooms that will fit a family of four (or more.)  Generally, beds are single sized (often two are pushed together to make a large double) and there’s almost always a limit of 3 twin beds (a triple) to one hotel room.  Seeing as this… Keep Reading

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Salton Sea

May 2009 Welcome to one of the weirdest destinations on the West Coast… The Salton Sea. Last weekend, we spent a day driving around it. It was one of those places I’d always wanted to go to and now it is one that I hope to never see again. Well, maybe once more. The Salton Sea is… Keep Reading

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