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The failure to have a printed menu combined with exorbitant pricing results in shock when the bill arrives at this airport lounge.
Running can be so fortuitous- you never know who you’ll see or where you’ll find yourself, especially when you’re not in your usual locale. My friend Gina (who lives in Southern England) and I have always talked about running the London Marathon, but so far, have not been chosen in the ballot. This year, we … Read More
This is the third of three posts on a quick trip to Düsseldorf, Germany (see, Hotel Review – Hyatt Regency Düsseldorf and Hyatt Regency Düsseldorf Fitness Center). I left the hotel on foot for a little morning run/jog/walk/stroll. I hit the MedienHafen to see first hand the harbor architecture designed by world-renowned architects such as Frank O. Gehry, … Read More
Aegean Airlines’ gives its frequent flyers 40% Entry Discount at the Limissol Marathon, and “pays” them 100 miles for each kilometer they run!
Tudor City is a residential enclave rich with history that is located on the southern edge of Turtle Bay on the East Side of Manhattan in New York City. It was the first residential skyscraper complex in the world. (see, Wikipedia). Tudor City runs from 40th Street to 43rd Street between First Avenue and Second Avenue. … Read More
I really feel like I’ve seen a city when I’m able to run there. It’s not necessary to compete in a marathon or a foot race, I need only lace up by sneakers and run. I like to take in the sights that way, even if I go slowly or for only a few miles … Read More
A photo posted by Kathy – Will Run For Miles (@katstarr_) on Nov 28, 2015 at 3:45am PST 2015 was a banner travel year. I was just a crazy traveling girl who couldn’t say no. The adventures began in January with a crazy “mistake fare” trip I called Around the World in 8 Days … Read More
The Corte Superior de Justicia in Cuenca is beautiful – but I was most enthralled by the amazing murals depicting human rights and justice among the people of Ecuador.
After three nights of carnivorous skewered meat debauchery at traditional Brazilian churrascarias, my soul (and arteries) longed for something other than another slab of meat