I find myself on a quiet retreat, pleasantly lost in a place absent of time.
Like any city with a well-orchestrated train system, Bangkok is easy to navigate.
This weekend was a wash, I worked later than planned on Friday night. That over exhaustion plus the dread of the blizzard that wasn’t, left little incentive to wake up early on Saturday. Tigger was in agreement, as he let me be for hours until Dad’s shoveling scraped my eyes awake. All in all IContinue reading “the incentive is you”
“What we do in life echoes in eternity.” – Maximus The crux of the ruins and the Forum lie behind Via Venezia and the monument dedicated to Emmanuelle Vittorio II, Italy’s first king. Manny must have made quite a splash—his monument is enormous featuring detailed carvings of battle shields and arms. Military stands guard 24/7Continue reading “Il Primo Giorno: Ancient Rome”
Leaving Locarno I make my way to Piazza del Popolo. Known as the traditional north entrance to the city, it is the starting point for local Romans on their evening passegiata. The center of the piazza features a 10-story Egyptian obelisk brought to Rome in 1589. A trident of streets leads people to the heart ofContinue reading “Il Primo Giorno: Via del Corso”