Monthly Archives: September 2015


A Barge Cruise on the Burgundy Canal, Day 1, Part 2, Tanlay, October 2013

In Part 1 of this series, A Barge Cruise on the Burgundy Canal, Part 1, Day 1, Paris to Tanlay, October 2013, I introduced the basic format of a barge cruise with European Waterways and took you on a […]

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A Barge Cruise on the Burgundy Canal, Day 1, Part 1, Paris to Tanlay, October 2013

Have you ever dreamed about a luxury vacation with a personal chef preparing amazing food, served with premium wines and a chance to see the French countryside up close and personal? Then you just might enjoy […]

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There are far too many people looking for ways to be offended and demanding their rights, too few people sucking it up and carrying out their responsibilities.

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GT Fish & Oyster Bar, September 2015

I can’t believe it has been over year since our last visit to GT Fish & Oyster Bar. Surely you all remember the amazing blog article I wrote about it then. It’s a terrific place […]

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Burger Bar, Las Vegas, August 2015

Have you ever wondered what one of those insanely expensive hamburgers ($50—100 or more) is really like? Why do they cost so much? Do they taste 10 or 100 times better than a basic fast food […]

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Never ascribe to malice that which is adequately explained by incompetence. Forethought we may have, undoubtedly, but not foresight. If I always appear prepared, it is because before entering an undertaking, I have meditated long and have foreseen […]

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Mark Twain

“A little learning makes the whole world kin.”—from The Awful German Language by Mark Twain   \

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Learn and Teach

Every single person you meet knows something you do not. Learn from them. You have knowledge that can help every single person you meet. Teach them.    

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Witty Quotes

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