Slovenia Road Trip Part II

The first part of my Slovenia road trip took me from Lake Bled to the town of Bovec in the Soca River Valley where I was staying the night. Definitely check out that post because it was probably my favorite part of my time in Slovenia. Driving along the Sava River in the sunrise, Zelenci […]

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Where we’ve come from and how far we still need to go- National Center for Civil and Human Rights (Atlanta, Outside Trips)

On previous visits to Atlanta I didn’t have a lot of time to really see any sights (just Piedmont Park). This trip I again worked up a long list of sights that would be interesting. I was more optimistic I could see more things this time since I was there for five days and four […]

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PHOTO BLOG POST: Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine (Baltimore, Outside Trips)

Summer is coming to an end and I am a bit disappointed to say I still have many overdue blog posts to write from this summer (and before…). It’s been a busy summer for me taking a coding class and several trips (which only makes the blog post to-do list longer). I’ve pretty much neglected […]

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I love the city with the “Mall” of learning palaces!- Smithsonian National Museum of American History (Washington D.C.)

Way back I had booked a trip on Southwest, but ended up needing to cancel my flight. Luckily Southwest lets you apply the funds to a later date. I’m going to Chicago next week and figured I’d use the funds for that flight or at least part of it. Unfortunately while my flight was in […]

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Siri I don’t think we’re in Florida anymore…- The Castillo de San Marcos (St. Augustine, Sights)

As you walk around the the Spanish Quarter of St. Augustine it’s kind of hard to miss the dark grey stone walls rising on top of a little hill near the harbor. As the protector of St. Augustine it makes sense that the Castillo de San Marcos has such a presence. While a lot of […]

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