i was last in…
The eerily quiet grounds of Grey Towers National Historic Site in Milford, Pennsylvania.
Approximately 11.5 miles northeast of Los Angeles is one of my most favorite places in Southern California: The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens.
Spring came unseasonably early for the infamous cherry blossoms of Washington D.C.
The Garden’s cornerstone event is Garden Lights, Holiday Lights. Countless bulbs light up the garden, bringing a smile to even the most grinchiest among us.
Among the many observations and suggestions I could possibly offer, I think there is really only one question that is top-of-mind for everyone planning a drive in the age of Covid: Where to pee?
The only terrible thing about the Las Vegas experience is that it’s book-ended by a long and tedious day of air travel when you’re on the east coast. But if you’re already west and you have some time, I say drive.
I was counting on my Fiat to whisk me through the deep South with little-to-no fanfare, but now I can’t be sure because the car, as if a perfectly constructed metaphor for the region its driving, only moves in reverse.
COVID TRAVEL TIP #1: If your ambulance driver rolls your luggage to the door of a COVID hotel under the rain, show your appreciation with a small gratuity. Any amount is welcome, but I recommend you use a bill and not coins, as hazmat suits do not have pockets.
The rain subsided to not only reveal the peaks of tall buildings, but the lushness of my new city. Dogwood trees were full and bright; grass carpeted the ground, everything was green. The sun peered out at just the right angle to create a rainbow and I finally relaxed my shoulders.
Moon gates are circular structures that are synonymous with Bermudian architecture. Having visited Bermuda a few time before, I had surely noticed them. Yet, this time, I couldn’t get enough of them.