Thanks to a landslide (no really!), we weren’t able to do the Coastal Classic Train between Anchorage and Seward in 2007. But it was worth the 11 year wait!
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One day I’ll watch the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix live from a grandstand. Until then, I’ll just have to be satisfied to have had the chance to walk the whole racetrack.
The Pyramids at Giza are incredible. But so is their grandfather – the oldest pyramid of them all, the Step Pyramid of Djoser at nearby Saqqara.
I imagine the Parthenon is a special place at any time of the day, but first thing in the morning, before the crowds arrive, is just magical.
For me the calli, campi and canali (streets, squares and canals) of Venice’s Cannaregio district are a like a home away from home.
All airplanes make me and my brother, Bisckits, very happy. But visiting the Spruce Goose at the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum in McMinnville, Oregon, made us ecstatic.
Playing a game of Carcassonne on the medieval city walls of Carcassonne citadel, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Southern France. Bucket List item checked off!
The participation of one of my Formula 1 heroes, Fernando Alonso, made this year’s Indy 500 more exciting than ever!
NASA always does things differently. For example, their garden is sprouting rockets instead of plants.
The theme for the this week’s Sam’s Ses Challenge is Blue. I hope you’ll join in!