Portuguese architecture has been influenced by many different cultures over the years including the Romans, Visigoths, and Arabs.  Here are three of my favorite images of Portuguese architecture.  What do you think?  Do you have a favorite below? Portuguese Architecture Photo #1.  Azulejos are ceramic tiles found on both the interior and exterior of homes, […]

The Jubilee Walkway is a 15 mile walkway designed in honor of Queen Elizabeth II’s Silver Jubilee in 1977.  It connects some of London’s most famous sights, from Buckingham Palace to St. Paul’s Cathedral.  When paired with the 40 mile Thames Path, it’s easy and convenient to take in some of London’s most beautiful and […]

If you can only visit one castle in the Loire Valley, it should be Chateau de Chenonceau.  The Gothic and early Renaissance structure is gorgeous.  It’s nicely furnished to help illustrate what life was like at the castle, and the grounds are beautifully maintained.  Outside of Versailles, Chateau de Chenonceau is the most visited castle […]

    Be sure to click the photo on this post to see it in greater detail.  The woman’s expression is awesome!  (If I do say so myself…) You Might Also Enjoy: Lovers at the Louvre One Thing, Three Ways:  Le Palais du Luxembourg

Walking along Brush Creek on the Country Club Plaza, I loved the way the trees and buildings reflected in the water while the light off of the water reflected on the underside of the bridge. You Might Also Enjoy: Sure, I’ll Take Two! Walking by Brush Creek