Were back from our cruise, but then I came down with a fever of 103, and a cough. Since I work in a hospital, prior to returning they made me get tested and turns out I only have a stinker flu – my temp is down to 100 at this point so on my wayContinue reading “Sushi at Sea”
Luncheon with friends at Bubba Gump restaurant at Chicagos Navy Pier in the middle of RSNA – RAdiological Society of North America Meeting.
Dinner with Friends and Coworkers at Lawrys Steak House – Chicago, Illinois for RSNA meeting
If you have followed us for even just a few posts, you have noticed we like to keep our posts nice and short and to the point. On our recent trip to Alaska we enjoyed these three things the most: 1- The peaceful, spiritual feelings when out in nature. Whether we were staring at aContinue reading “3 Best things on our Ruby Princess Alaska Cruise Trip”
Were back on the Ruby Princess Cruise ship and having a date night. We are celebrating our Anniversary on Board, before headed over to Vancouver, British Columba. We buy the upgraded King Crab dinner for $29.00 each. Having crabs for dinner We did think the upgrade pricing was worth it, and enjoyed the nite celebrating!
Like posting beautiful Doors photographed on Travles, we will post Travel License Plates!
Were at the edge of Alaska and Canada on a bus tour. We make a quick stop to take a picture of Welcome to Alaska, and Welcome to Canada! A view from the bus up the hill. Stop at the side of the road.
Glacier and Falls in Juneau Alaska, a quick hike to all the Heaven.
Were in Juneau Alaska – On the excursion agenda – Whale Watching, with Allen Marine Tours – and guess what we saw …Whales, lots of them. First lets set the stage, they pick us up in a bus from the pier, and it is overcast and raining – a lot of rain. But when IContinue reading “Whale Watching in Juneau, Alaska”
I first heard of Chihuly, when visiting Kalamazoo, MI and they had a show of his art at the local Glass art shop. One of the reasons I starting working in Radiology was the cool way you could look thru the film – it was translucent and how every image was different. I have nowContinue reading “Chihuly Glass Art Garden, Seattle Washington”
This trip is just David and myself, our kids are back at home safe and sound. We flew to Seattle to travel to Alaska, but first stopped in Seattle for the beginning of our travels. David and I have never been to Seattle, so we researched as we always do a TripAdvisor search, a WordPressContinue reading “From Tokyo to Seattle, Washington”
We have been back from Tokyo for a little while now and wrapping up these posts. So just a few left. Then on to our next adventure. David and I always try and sneak away from the kids for an evening – we try to do it once a week, but it does not alwaysContinue reading “Date Night – Tokyo, Japan – Grilled meats and giblet hotpot”
A few more pictures of us wondering around the area of Sensoji Temple, Asakusa Tokyo Japan.
Our family left the Confucious Temple and walked toward our goal of Nakamise Shopping street and Sensoji Temple. We heard this was a great tourist location, and we are tourists and want to shop. Lets go In! Sometimes I stand in awe – thinking how lucky I am. During this trip it is probably myContinue reading “Nakamise Shopping Street, Sensoji Temple – Asakusa, Tokyo Japan”
Family Trip to Tokyo Japan and a fun visit to the Samurai Museum.
Popcorn At Disney is Unique. Check out this Popcorn Bucket for 2300yen, or $23.00. So you get the bucket and popcorn, plus refills are cheaper. These buckets come in many different shapes – Steam Boat Willy above and Toy Story Wagon below. We also saw popcorn buckets in the shap of Cinderella’s Carriage, Duffy theContinue reading “Disney Popcorn & Disney Twins”
So we saw the Eiffel Tower from a far and walked down to it! Stopped and took a bunch of pictures, had an ice cream, and bought Katrina an Eiffel Tower sucker. Next Post – Under the Eiffel tower and then….. Off to Toyko, Japan!
Hop on Hop off bus You see them all over the place in the major tourist towns – Hop On, Hop Off Buses. We love them. This is probably our sixth time using a Hop on Hop off, but we have no favorite. Tip: Use the HopOn HopOff Bus service at the time and placeContinue reading “Hop on Hop Off Bus – Paris”
Notre Dame is still standing – battered and in renovation, but she is still standing despite what we all thought was the end of her and the fire that was so devastating only just 2 months ago. This month David and I will be married 3 years and together 5 years. We are winning againstContinue reading “Notre Dame – still standing just like us!”
At the end of our visit with our Son in Phily, PA, Brett had to head back to his job at Dover Air Force Base for a 6am Shift on Sunday. While we only had Friday and Saturday to be with Brett, the visit was wonderful and this left a date nite for us parents.Continue reading “Chinese Lantern Festival – Philadelphia, PA”
I love decorating my Home for every holiday, but during the darker months, I Love (originally wrote live – which is also true) it even more.
We visit the Armada Fair annually, we look forward to the atmosphere the animals, the food, the exhibits. So much fun. Check out these fun pictures! Bunnies! PIGGIES!! Sheep!!! FAMILY!!!!! Chickens! So many more fun things at the Fair! It runs thru today, so if you want to go, plan on it forContinue reading “Armada Fair”
I knew you cannot use credit cards in Cuba, and they have cigars and rum, but I did not know…. We were told we had to have a cultural tour booked or we would not even be allowed to step off the Cruise ship (or if we flew in – not step offContinue reading “5 things I wish I knew before I went to Cuba”
I figured out how to add videos! Better later than never! so this is older post updated. We only had two days in Havana, Cuba – so we made the most of it – a day of everything, then an evening trip to the Tropicana Club. I would describe it as an outdoor larger versionContinue reading “Tropicana Club, Cuba”
Cigars, Castro, Rum, Heat, Colorful Buildings and Cars from the 1940s and 1950s are the things we think about when we think – Cuba. This post is about the cars of Cuba! While I know practically nothing about classic cars. I do know these are beautiful and I love the vibrant colors. I could look at theseContinue reading “Cars of Cuba”
After weeks of looking for a trip that we could take together (no kids) during the time our youngest would be on spring break (and could go to his mothers) we finally found a cruise to Cozumel, Mexico – Grand Cayman – and two days in Havana, Cuba. It is a Holland America Cruise, smallerContinue reading “Cruise to Cuba”
On the way to Hoover Dam, a quick stop at Lake Mead. Going back a few weeks, we visited Hoover Dam. We were already in Vegas, and David has never been and he wanted to see. The downside, the elevators to the inside powerhouse were down, so we only were able to see the outsideContinue reading “Hoover Dam”
So David and I went to a Retirement pitch dinner, where they try and upsell you on a product. Honestly we know so little about the variety of retirement programs out there. What we do know: A Traditional IRA is a tax-deferred retirement account. You save your $ today and are taxed later when you withdraw the money. AContinue reading “Retirement seminar”
The cover picture, is David is holding a baby turtle at a turtle farm we visited in Grand Cayman, our first family trip together in 2015. So we are now together almost 4 years. I was divorce Feb 13, 2014 and joined Match.com the end of Feb 2014 and met David after about 30 coffeeContinue reading “Next Trip?”