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Investing
Quote of the Week
Washington, D.C. Itinerary
Munich City Center - Yarn Shops and Other Attractions



 
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I love the quote this week and agree that travel is an investment in ourselves. We may not think about this when we travel.  
We often spend our time investing in other people - our children, our spouses or significant others - but we forget about investing in ourselves.  Of course, travel is not the only thing we can to to invest in ourselves.  
Here are some other ways - 
Read a book. Take a bath (with the door closed). Get dressed up. Buy a little luxury or something you have been dreaming about. 
Investing in yourself can make you stronger.  It not only benefits yourself, but by investing in yourself, you benefit all the people around you.
How will you invest in yourself this week? Maybe you should plan some travel!  
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Quote of the Week - 18 November 2016

“Investment in travel is an investment in yourself.” - Matthew Karsten

This Week's Post:

Washington, D.C. Itinerary

My daughter and I spent a long weekend (November 5 – 8) in Washington, D.C., visiting another of my daughters.  There is so much to see and do there – we tried to hit everything, if just for a quick visit.  I’ll try to write more later, but here is our itinerary with some notes and a few pictures:

  1. Hot Cider Hustle – My daughters ran in the Hot Cider Hustle; I slept in since we had taken a late flight the night before.
  2. Silver Spring Farmer’s Market – My daughter recently moved to Silver Spring, Maryland, a short commute from D.C. We explored...
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From the Archives:
Munich City Center - Yarn Shops and Other Attractions

You can see where my priorities lie – whenever I visit a new city, the yarn shops rate just a little higher than the other attractions.  Munich was no different.  I’ll take you on a little tour:

Tourists gather at the Marionplatz or Mary’s Plaza, at the very heart of Munich.  It would be easy to spend an entire day just visiting sites and shops that are within two blocks of this area.

On the east edge of this large plaza the renovated Altes Rathaus, or Old Town Hall looks out over the plaza.  Mary’s column, built to celebrate the end of the Thirty Year’s War and Swedish occupation in 1638 is in the center.  On the north is the  New Town Hall (construction was finished in 1908), known for the intricate glockenspiel that plays three times a day...

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Tour of Paris - 2017


The dates have been chosen!  My next tour will be September 8 - 17, 2017.  Paris is my favorite city in Europe and I’d love to share it with you. Click on the link below for more information.  

10 Day Tour of Paris

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