Day two in Lisbon I started to feel unwell. (Catch day one here). You know, just that typical congested head, coughing kind of cold virus that everyone succumbs to in the fall and winter. Not one to miss out on sightseeing, I headed out anyway. Today’s plan was literally to get lost wandering the Alfama
You all know how I like to tell you about all the quirky places in the state of New Mexico? Well, about the quirkiest place you can find is perhaps the city of Roswell. Due to no fault of its own, really, Roswell’s claim to fame is space aliens. Yep, you heard that right. In
I’ve driven by the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRA) outside of Socorro many times. The NRAO is home of the Very Large Array (VLA) or a set of giant satellites that in my mind were always aimed at space searching for alien life. That’s not exactly true and probably came more from the movie Contact than it did from any actual research on the VLA.
Interested in climbing ancient pyramids? How about learning more about human sacrifice? You can do both at the UNESCO heritage site of Teotihuacán.
If you’ve been contemplating a trip to Mexico City….Go! It’s a wonderful city with friendly people, great food, charming neighborhoods, and amazing museums.
Nashville, Tennessee, home to country music and about 2 million people. It’s also host to large conferences, hoards of tourists, and it has become the top city for bachelorette parties – I kid you not.
I’m going to Kansas City. Kansas City here I come! I bet you’re singing it now, too, aren’t you?
I’m a geek. I admit it. I geeked out about this total solar eclipse….geeked out to the point that I scheduled a work trip to get me close to a place where I could view the 100% eclipse.
The Windy City. Chi-Town. The Second City. City by the Lake. Whatever you call it, Chicago is pretty phenomenal.
Weekends are for hiking.