WeekendCoffeeShare: TheTaleofTwoCities

Good morning all! It has been very rainy this week, but this morning it is nice and cool (and so far no rain) so let’s have our coffee on the porch, where we can listen to the birds! My, the birds are happy this morning! We should all get up and sing our praises like…

Thursday Doors: Old Historic Louisville, Kentucky

It seems I am very into historic neighborhoods of late! Today we are in the Belgravia Neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky. Old Historic Louisville is made up of 48 city blocks, near Downtown Louisville, and boasts of the largest preservation district featuring  almost entirely Victorian architecture. The majority of homes are made of brick and the…

Have You Ever Wondered What the DMZ Was Like? Part 2

Today, we will be visiting other sections along the DMZ. I hope you read yesterday’s post to get a good start on the lay out of the land. Visitors to the DMZ must comply with the strict instructions. You may only take pictures when and where you are told. You must dress appropriately, no written…

Thursday Doors: Have You Ever Wondered What the DMZ Was Like?

Today I am taking LIBERTY with Norm’s Thursday Doors to show what I thought I would never see. This is a very large door, but it has been closed for a very long time. We are getting a chance to open that door between South Korea and North Korea, which might be one of the…

Last Day in Columbus, Georgia

We have seen a great deal in Columbus and we have been busy! Isn’t this a great city? I think so. From the historic areas of fine architecture and antebellum homes to gardens and parks and oh, that beautiful river! I loved learning about the history of the city too! A lot has gone on…

Columbus, Georgia: The Chattahoochee Riverwalk

I have Georgia on my mind, do you? Today in my 4th post about Columbia, Georgia and today we are walking on The Chattahoochee Riverwalk. This is a 22-mile walking and biking trail along the Chattahoochee River that spans from the riverfront from the Lake Oliver city marina, south to the National Infantry Museum.  Today…

WeekendCoffeeShare: My Spring Garden 2018

Come in come in…….don’t worry about all the mess on the kitchen table, I’ll just move it over. Now…..what would you like to drink this morning? I have every flavor of coffee imaginable; Donut Shop, French Roast, Carmel Pie?  I’m reading the labels from the coffees……..Mocha Java, New Orleans Blend. Oh, here’s a good one!…

Thursday Doors: Historic Columbus, Georgia

This post is the Third in a Series about Columbus, Georgia! I am so enjoying this excursion and today we are looking at more Doors for the Thursday Doors. First there is THE SIGN. Please follow all the rules when visiting Heritage Park or any other park for that matter. We want to keep it…

Thursday Doors: Columbus, Georgia

Today we are going South to Columbus, Georgia, located on the Chattahoochee River with Phenix City, Alabama looking back across the river at us! Columbus is such a great city because I enjoyed their Walking Trails……..The Original City Trail, The Church Square/High Uptown Trail, The Riverwalk and the Liberty Heritage Historic District. Columbus was an…

WeekendCoffeeShare: Spring Has Sprung

Good morning on this Glorious Day! We have been extremely busy in the garden at The End Cottage and getting ready for Easter too! Have a great day and see you next week!

The Last Day in Barcelona, Spain

It’s our last day in Barcelona and my what a time we have had! Beginning with the cruise from Southampton, (and learning all about the Titanic) then moving on through France, Spain, Portugal and then Spain again, oh my! Our cruise ended in Barcelona and we stayed there three days! I booked the Hotel Colón…

Park Güell, Barcelona, Spain

Eusebi Güell i Bacigalupi, 1st Count of Güell (December 15,1846 -July 8, 1918) was a rich industrialist, who first met the architect, Antoni Gaudí, in the Spanish Pavilion, at the World Fair in Paris in 1878. He soon became Gaudí’s patron, and the beginning of their building aspirations started. In 1890, Güell established a worker’s…

Casa Milà in Barcelona, Spain

One of the highlights of Barcelona is to visit the seven Unesco designated works of Antoni Gaudí i Cornet ( June 25, 1852 – June 10, 1926)  The word “gaudy” to me means: a bit over the top, way more is better and do you really like that? And that describes Gaudí’s works too: highly individualized with a…

WeekendCoffeeShare: I Hate Buying Celery

Come in! It’s drizzling out there, but not as chilly! At least the wind is not blowing either! How have you been? Have time for a cup of New Orleans roast? This week I made up my mind about celery and herbs in general. Add to that list, how I despise buying condiments too. For…

Out and About in Barcelona, Spain

Let’s take time to look at some of the streets in Barcelona……. starting and ending in the Gothic area…..some streets are narrow……. and lead to a food  shop on my list of places I wanted to see…..  Casa Gispert. Gispert, is a family owned grocery, since 1851, that is truly one of a kind. One…