- Villa Borghese Park in Rome
- They have good food in Italy.
- Wash day in Italy
- Cowichan Bay a cittaslow community – part 2
- Cowichan Bay a cittaslow community – part 1
- Vatican museum, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Cathedral
- Wandering around Rome
- Porta Portese Flea Market in Trastevere and my 2 Euro coat
- Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere and mass at the basilica.
- Getting settled in to the rhythm of Trastevere…and the breakdown of our tram
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Cowichan Bay a cittaslow community – part 2
Maybe other baby-boomers can relate to this. There comes a time in your life when you know you’re probably not going to sky dive or climb Mount Everest but you still can enjoy the outdoors; o.k. maybe skydiving is still … Continue reading
Posted in B.C., Babyboomers, Travel, Vancouver Island Tagged BC, Canada, Cowichan Bay, estuary, nature centre, Vancouver Island Leave a comment
Italy trip…building my strength and stamina
We are going on an Italy trip late this fall. It seemed so far off but suddenly my departure date is almost here. The summer went so quickly and there is always so much to do. There is no where … Continue reading
Posted in Babyboomers, exercise, Italy, physically challenged, Travel, Travel tips Tagged babyboomer, Eurail Italy, Health, inflammation, Italy, Italy trip, Physical exercise, physically challenged, travel 4 Comments
Why do I love Luxembourg Park in Paris?
The Jardin du Luxembourg Paris is my favorite park in that city. Why, you may ask? Well for one thing it is located on the left bank my favorite area. It is in the 6th arrondissement. It is so lovely … Continue reading
A free education and it’s not just for baby-boomers!
Everyone is very upset these days because of the high cost of education, but did you know that it is available online for free? Baby-boomers love to learn and many continue learning new subjects throughout their lives. As I mentioned … Continue reading
Recent student protests in Montreal leave me with mixed feelings.
The recent student protests in Montreal about the increase in tuition fees leave me with mixed feelings. What about you? On the one hand I agree with a lot of the concepts of the free world charter and the Zeitgeist … Continue reading
Does this describe you? The Eiffel Tower is on the bucket list but you’re a baby boomer with some challenges
Are you a baby-boomer, a bit challenged physically, but have the Eiffel tower on your bucket list? I know this is not as exciting as someone that wants to climb Kilimanjaro or run a marathon but it can be daunting … Continue reading
Posted in Babyboomers, France, Health, Paris, physically challenged, Travel, Travel tips Tagged baby boomers, Eiffel Tower, France, Health, Montparnasse, Paris, physicacally challenged, travel, travel tips 5 Comments
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