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In a little over a week, I’ll be going to Paris and Brussels. The round trip flights on American Airlines were only about $300 per person – and I paid using Citibank Thank You points, so it was a bargain. We will be taking a train directly from CDG Airport to Brussels, Belgium and will … Read More
This NYC art school turned an ugly construction site into a street art exhibit!
I had one day to kill in Hong Kong and I wasn’t going to waste a minute. Of course I couldn’t see everything, but I wanted the day to be meaningful. I began with an early run along Victoria Harbor. When I exited the harbor, I strolled on the streets. Nathan Road is one of … Read More
Every few months Oprah and Deepak Chopra and the Chopra Center for Meditation offer a free 21-day meditation experience. The theme varies each time. I’ve taken 2 such programs previously, Getting Unstuck and Shedding the Weight, and each time, I found the experience moving and thought-provoking. Each daily message was only about 15 minutes long – … Read More
This is a follow up to Street Art (Part 1) – Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. I went out running again the following day – it was really hot so I didn’t go far but I enjoyed exploring the streets and seeing art and scenery that I would never have otherwise seen. As promised, I took more … Read More
Greetings from Playa del Carmen! Although I have not generally seen a lot of street art in the main tourist areas here, this morning I went for a run on Fifth Avenue where the pedestrian mall ends. As I wanted to keep running, I only took a sampling of photos. Maybe I’ll take more tomorrow. … Read More
Like many of you, I really like the Olympics. If I had to choose, I’d say I prefer the summer Olympics over the Winter ones. I enjoy the Track and Field events, especially (and predictably), the Running events. I also enjoy Gymnastics and Swimming. This year was particularly exciting. I saw something happen that … Read More
I was in Amsterdam this weekend for a 25-year school reunion (I studied International and European Business Law there). As is often the case, one person of the group took charge and made 98% of the plans (What would we do without those people? [Thank you Jenn!]). Since we all had already seen all of the … Read More