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A Great tour of Lorenzo House in Cazenovia, NY
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Type “tour” into the search box on my site and you’ll get several blog results. I like a good tour, whether it be a self-led somber walk through the 9/11 Memorial in New York or a docent reviewing the lavish accommodations at the Clayton …... Read More

Fiction: Decision at Druidstone
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Facebook is a quagmire in many ways, but one of the grand things about it is belonging to the, “I live in Pembrokeshire and I Love it!” group. The photographs that the members share about my favorite part of Wales are often humorous and …... Read More

Don’t go to Cazenovia, New York Unless…
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Don’t stop in Cazenovia unless you’re prepared to be assaulted by America the way it used to be. Since it was founded in 1793 by John Lincklaen (he built Lorenzo House—post to follow), the town has had a lot of time to practice being …... Read More

Memorial of Flight 93 Fifteen Years After 9/11
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In fifteen years, how much has changed? Our way of life as Americans was altered on 9/11/01 and has remained something we adapt to every time we fly, if not something we notice at other, random moments in our lives. Visitors to the 9/11 …... Read More

The Library of Congress and More DC Delights
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Your Congressperson’s office can help you schedule many Washington tours–for free! This was our second visit to the Library of Congress. If you don’t schedule through your Congressperson, show up twenty minutes before the first tour time in order to get your place. You …... Read More

Once Upon a Luxurious Night in Merthyr Tydfil
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The town name comes from a Welsh Princess, Tydful, sadly martyred in the Fifth Century. We felt like Twenty-First Century Princesses when the doors opened at the bed & breakfast. We wound up in Merthyr Tydfil (Murtha Tidfill) because of bad circumstances: the hotel …... Read More