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Ed Harrington
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What Makes St. Augustine Sooooo Fabulous?
Guardian on the Left Guardian on the Right Three hours south of my home in Bluffton, South Carolina, lies the historic town of St. Augustine.  What makes a town of only 12.7 square miles and 14,000 people so popular? It just happens to be the combination of...
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London's Only Michelin Starred GastroPub!
The Harwood Arms On an unpretentious side street in an upper middle class neighborhood in London's southwest area of Fulham is the only pub in the city to have obtained a Michelin Star. Featuring locally procured produce, game and fish, The Harwood Arms com...
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A Visit to "Harry Potter Land" - Universal Studios in Orlando
Book #1 First a bit of background: When the first Harry Potter book came out in 1997, my wife, Dianne, decided to pick up a copy...just because it was getting such raves.  When she brought the book home I poo-pooed her for buying a "children's book".  Well....
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A Friend's 80th Birthday Celebration Aboar a Princess Cruise
Emerald Princess The latest adventure was a Cruise aboard the Emerald Princess through the Western Caribbean. We used it as an excuse (as if we ever really need one) to celebrate the 80th birthday of a friend and neighbor - Stan. We were accompanied by Stan...
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One Day in Mazatlán from a Cruise Ship
Mazatlán  Cathedral Mexican Silver Chains Located on Mexico's Western shore at the foot of the Sierra Madre Mountains and almost directly across the Sea of Cortez from Cabo San Lucas lies  Mazatlán   The Spaniards arrived here in 1531. But it was really Ger...
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Cabo on a Cruise
Cabo's Symbol Took a cruise that included Cabo San Lucas earlier this year.  Had been there before so didn't want to take a typical cruise ship tour and decided to go off on our own. So my wife, Dianne, and I took the tender in to the docking area and just ...
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A Little Gem near Fisherman's Wharf: SF's Maritime National Historic Park
Early San Francisco Interested in things nautical and have a little time in San Francisco?  The National Park Service has a little gem of an exhibit right at Fisherman's Wharf.  It is the San Francisco Maritime National Historic Park located at the Hyde Str...
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Autumn Colors and Biltmore House
The Colors of Autumn Even though the rain was a nuisance, it did not dampen the glow of  the orange, red and yellow of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the Autumn.  The colors, as I said in the last post, were spectacular - even through the rain! Because of the ...
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Autumn Colors along the Blue Ridge: Asheville and The Biltmore
Autumn Leaves Despite the incessant and annoying rain, the colors of Autumn were brilliant earlier this week.   Asheville, NC is a tourist mecca this time of the year. Why? You may ask. Pure and simple...vibrant, pulsating shades and hues of red, yellow and...
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The UK Relocates to Savannah, Georgia
Monty Python's Flying Circus What is it like to see two of the silliest icons of British comedy, live, on stage?  Last night, my wife Dianne and I had that chance. Take all the hilarious bits you can recall from the decades of Monty Python - from the late 6...
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