Eiffel Tower

Mr. S and I recently returned home from a trip to Paris.  La Ville-Lumière (city of light) was the center of education and ideas during the Age of Enlightenment.  In 1828, Paris began lighting the Champs-Elysées with gas lamps and earned the nickname “La Ville–Lumière”.  Paris is a walkable city and you’ll see far more…

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Planters Ridge – a Nova Scotia Winery

A little province in the east coast of Canada is carving out its niche in the world of wine.  You might think Nova Scotia’s climate is too cool to grow some of the most distinctive premium-quality grapes in North America but we do!  In the 1600’s, Nova Scotia was one of the first areas to…

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