Happy Anniversary, Alex! Not going to bury my lead – it’s another year together and I can’t begin to tell you how happy that makes me. This “Six Shot Saturday” is coming to you on a Thursday – because it’s… Read More ›
traveling italy by train
Gondola Traffic Jam! Well, we know that Venice is popular, and since there aren’t any streets for cars, this is the only way to get around! Of course, you can find some offbeat streets in Venice if you look hard… Read More ›
Budapest At Night! My wife Alex and I spent two days in Budapest, Hungary – and during the day you can take selfies overlooking the Danube River, and at night you can see all of the architecture brightly lit up… Read More ›
A Culinary Volcanic Eruption! Dessert At Budapest’s Onyx Restaurant! Two Michelin Stars For A Hungarian Menu!
Welcome To Budapest Hungary! Alex and I had a terrific visit to this unique city, as you can see here as we overlook the Danube River from the “Buda” side of the city – that’s “Pest” on the other side…and… Read More ›
Exploring Hungary’s Buda Castle! Matthias Church! Budapest’s Funicular Ride Into History! The Fisherman’s Bastion Overlooking The Danube!
Welcome To Buda Castle! Yes, the view at sunset is spectacular – the majestic Buda Castle overlooking the Danube River in Budapest…imagine what the views from up there are like! Well, imagine no more! Alex and I spent part of… Read More ›
The Magical Beauty Of Venice Italy At Night! From Watery San Marco Square’s Live Music To The Smallest Streets!
The Beauty Of Nightfall In Venice! I have posted about how beautiful Venice is, but now I want to focus on a city that becomes even more magical as night falls, like it is doing here on the “bridge of… Read More ›
“Taking The Waters” In Budapest! Peek Inside The Baths At Gellert Spa! Hungary’s History Along The Danube!
Ready To Enter The Legendary Gellert Spa and Baths? Ready to “take the waters?” Well, when you are in Budapest Hungary – it’s mandatory! Walking Past History! Every day is Budapest is a visual treat: since the Danube River was… Read More ›