Cousins' Choice for a weekend in Washington, D.C. The United States Botanic Garden: Lunch and literature at Busboys & Poets, where even the menu is inspiring: Farmbird. They do tofu well! A drink at The Pug, or really, just a seat to soak in the atmosphere: Coffee at Ebenezer's Coffeehouse And brunch… Continue reading Weekend in Washington, D.C.
Germany and Austria inspired me in many ways, and I am still processing that trip. The last batch of photos is from a tour of two castles built by King Leopold II of Bavaria, a tragic but fascinating person. (His mother Queen Maria was a big advocate of a revival--in the last 1800s--of Bavarian peasant… Continue reading The Dream King
The Old Salt Route connected many European cities through trade for more than a thousand years. Salzburg, Austria still displays so much of the wealth generated by the trade of SALT, not silver or diamonds or gold. Also renowned for Mozart and the setting of "The Sound of Music," I enjoyed wandering around this city… Continue reading The Salt Road
I can now say I have been to Europe! I got my passport stamped for the first time since 2012. Munich, Germany is so many things: torch of Bavarian culture and pride, a green and clean city, the host to many Nazi atrocities, a current international terminal that welcomes tourists generously. Palaces, royalty and fairy… Continue reading München on Something Delicious
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I had a difficult and unsettled summer, but suddenly I find myself mellowing as the season changes. My summer Statistics class is over. My 10-day streak of working outside is over. I moved to the beach. I am enjoying this in-between time. I find myself craving the quiet. Happy Virgo season, I want to spend… Continue reading Sandcastles, like summer, cannot stay
I can't tell if this is a common pre-teen phase or a 1999-era phenomenon, but the summer I turned 13 I was obsessed with collecting, and following, Summer To-Do Checklists in teen girl magazines. The month of July has unfolded for me like I am following another checklist. I have experienced: A Scary Movie: The… Continue reading Essential Summer Experiences