Every travel to me is a honeymoon, especially when taking the trip with someone who shares in your passion for travel. But in case you are not there yet, or in the process of getting married to that someone, please consider this when planning for your honeymoon:
As I stated before I go to Paris at least once a year, and each time I take the same photographs. I suppose I want to see if there is any change to all that I am familiar with and appreciate about the city of lights. And believe me there are many changes, or as they call it, improvements. But the mosaic tiles no far are still intact, and best photographed here.
Here are some of my favorite street style fashion from Paris, only a few from the 111 images captured here:
Paris and I go ways back, to when I first visited this amazing city at age eleven to visit with family at the time. Since then I’ve been to Paris a dozen plus times, not only for family, but just because, I need to be there every year simply soaking it up.
In light of the fact it is Paris Fashion week, I’d like to share with a few tid-bits (if you will) about my favorite city-next to San Francisco of course. Well maybe just a tad more than San Francisco.
I kind of do like these…
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Ah the beauty and intrigue of Scotland, I have forever passed up when traveling to Europe. Until a year back when a dear friend of mine insisted we make a stop in Scotland on our way to Italy, so she could show me her favorite destination in the world.
I went along and sure enough, found myself falling in love with the country so much that I actually wrote another novel, currently in edit and cover design mode, about Scotland. Just a side note, I am having trouble coming up with a title. So for so many reasons, I dedicate this travel piece to Scotland:
I love Fall, it’s become my favorite season nearly seven years ago, followed by Spring, then Summer, and finally Winter. Fall in San Francisco, and the greater bay area is a beautiful time of year. The weather is really perfect, warm mostly, with hints of cold in the early morning and late evenings. The sunsets with fiery skies are the most memorable no matter what part of town you are. Even foggy days feel right in the fall.
There is so much to do during this season, some of which (my favorites) I’ve included below, from a list detailing 35 things for Fall bucket list we should think about.
I have included a map of Autumn Foliage for the U.S and it is true November is the month for California to see some of the Autumn foliage.