- 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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Street food in Vancouver, Canada
I know I am getting ready to go to Italy but I needed to go Vancouver for a couple of days. The weather was glorious and it seemed more like early September than October. I love to walk around the … Continue reading
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Would we stay at Aviawest in Vancouver B.C. again?
While in Vancouver we stayed at Aviawest on Robson and Hamilton. We used a timeshare exchange and they explained ahead of time that we would register at the office on Hamilton. We pulled into the entrance but had to ask at … Continue reading
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Taking the ferry to Vancouver, B.C. Canada
line up at ferry-Image via Wikipedia Vancouver-Image via Wikipedia This vacation to Vancouver, B.C. was a short 1 week get away. We traveled by car and ferry so I could have packed anything I liked, but instead I kept it to my … Continue reading
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Vancouver bounced back quickly after riot
I mentioned yesterday on my face book, over a thousand Vancouver citizens were out the morning after the riot cleaning up the city. They were sweeping up glass and getting rid of the graffiti. Other than the boarded up store … Continue reading
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The Vancouver riot and what about the hockey game?
This riot had nothing to do with hockey or hockey fans or the citizens of Vancouver. Just because they had a Canuck uniform on does not make them a fan. Vancouver has a group of people in the … Continue reading
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