Category Archives: Walking

Orvieto Light and Entries

I’ll be posting here on this blog just two more times before we melt off into retirement. Bittersweet to be sure, but so full of memories of this extraordinary city we have been visiting for 15 years. So I’d like … Continue reading

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Slow Travel – what a Scilly idea!

Steve and I have fallen in love with an area of Great Britain we have known about for a long time and at last, fulfilled our wish to visit – the Isles of Scilly which are off the furthest point … Continue reading

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A Cotswolds Experience: A Walk Along the Cotswold Way

If you want to truly experience the English countryside, do it on foot! In early May 1999, when our daughter Kelly was five, our family spent ten days in England. It was our first visit to the Cotswolds and our … Continue reading

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