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Au Lapin Agile
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Au Lapin Agile

Au Lapin Agile by Wendy VanHatten Walking toward a museum in the Montmartre neighborhood of Paris, we noticed what we thought was a small restaurant. It was right across the street from Clos Montmartre, the vineyard nestled on the hills below the museum. With the name Au Lapin Agile on […]

Travel…What Do We Do?
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Travel…What Do We Do?

Do We Stay or Do We Go? By Wendy VanHatten Read your emails, check your Facebook page, turn on TV, and what do you see? Reports about the Coronavirus, COVID-19…some factual, some fearful, and many confusing. It seems everyone has an opinion. For me, it is a real dilemma. We […]

STEP Notifications
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STEP Notifications

Before we travel, I always register my trip with STEP (Smart Traveler Enrollment Program). You can find out more information at https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/international-travel/before-you-go/step.html. By doing this, I learn where the nearest embassy is, what to do if I lose my passport, and so much more. Another thing I receive are travel […]

Are These Really the Worst Seats?
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Are These Really the Worst Seats?

Are You Really Sitting in the Worst Seats on the Plane? It sure feels like it. If this is a long flight or an international one, it might feel even worse. So, where are you sitting. If you are in the back row…it’s probably a good bet you have a […]

1 Photo Courtesy of San Diego Mission Bay Resort
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5 Dynamite San Diego Destinations for Spring & Summer

If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably started your Spring Break and even summer vacation planning to ensure availability for the desired away dates. It’s certainly never too soon to get yourself booked somewhere spectacular, which also feeds the excitement and anticipation of the excursion to come. No matter the […]

Chateau de Chambord
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Chateau de Chambord

We visited several chateaux throughout the Loire Valley in France. They are all so different and impressive in their own way.   Chateau de Chambord is the largest of the Loire Valley Chateau, even though it was originally built as a hunting lodge for King Francois I. His main palaces […]

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