As i get older, I’m interested in adventures with my husband and family that are a bit off the beaten track of group tours but are not entirely independent trips where we have to make all the plans ourselves. Letting someone else be cruise director sounds more and more appealing, and takes a good deal […]
photo by Ipinseel on Flickr Say that you want to go to Greece in the near future. Remember when a travel agent used to do all the work of booking your hotel, tours, rental car, flights, etc.? I suppose there are still a few travel agents still around keeping busy, but many of us book […]
Armchair Adventures Book Discussion Series: Down the Nile: Alone in a Fisherman’s Skiff by Rosemary Mahoney is the book to be discussed. Led by Lynne Clough at 12:30 on March 25th. Come in to the library to get your book and to sign up.
Armchair Adventures Book Discussion Series: Annapurna: A Woman’s Place by Arlene Blum is the book to be discussed. Led by Cathy Mersfelder at 12:30 on January 28th. Come in to the library to get your book and to sign up.
Armchair Adventures Book Discussion Series: Without Reservations by Alice Steinbach and East Toward Dawn by Nan Watkins are two books to be discussed. Led by Patti Rau at 12:30 on January 28th. Come in to the library to get your books and to sign up.
I just got back from 10 days in Ireland. As a tourist, the only way to check email is to go to a Computer Cafe and spend – are you ready- 4 euros ($6 with the present exchange rate) for 15 minutes. Yow! Be very grateful that in the USA, the public libraries provide FREE […]
These are all the countries I’ve visited, mostly in my footloose youth. Create your own visited countries map Go to this interesting website which offers a free bit of coding on ‘visited countries’ that you can add to your website or blog. Just takes a minute–that is, unless you’ve traveled the world. and please let […]