As we often do when we visit a city for the first time we explore the streets on foot to capture the city’s essence and photograph whatever catches our eye with our smartphones. As fans of food, art, sports and architecture we found lots to love in Louisville, Kentucky! We were first struck with Louisville’s architecture. The contrast of the nineteenth century buildings with todays modern skyscrapers denotes a respect for Louisville’s storied history and a vision for its future. The vibe is that […]
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What We Did After the “Festival of Slow” in Goodwood, England, my Mongol Rally teammates, Dave, Deb and Sherry and I crossed into France via the Eurotunnel,turned left, crossed through the Netherlands and into Belgium and ended up in Brussels at the home of our wonderful hosts, Alison (@acornn) and Andrew (@Massin) where we shared an amazing meal of meats, cheeses, salads bread and salsa paired with Belgium beers, Champagne and French wine (I told you they were wonderful). [portfolio_slideshow […]