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After spending a several months in Cadiz, Kentucky (where the town is pronounced kind of like kaye deez), it was time to see the REAL Cadiz (where the town is pronounced kind of like ka dee). So, we dragged ourselves … Continue reading
Seville is a food lover’s paradise. But, first, you have to get on the Spainish schedule. What is the Spainish schedule you may ask? Well, first breakfast (or desayuno) is from around 7 until around 9 and typically something small. … Continue reading
So, we spent far more time in Seville than I’m guessing most tourists do (about two weeks). And, we weren’t bored for even one second. So, what should you do? Well, let me start with the most important thing. First, … Continue reading
We spent a month in Puerto Vallarta. Here are some random thoughts from our time there. We were in Puerto Vallarta during the slowest time of the year (September). Many of the restaurants were closed. Some nights, we were the … Continue reading
Puerto Vallarta has every class of food imaginable, from dirt cheap to Chicago expensive. And, to be quite honest, we didn’t have a single bad meal the entire month we stayed in Puerto Vallarta. So, where should you eat? First, … Continue reading
One of the things we really enjoyed about Puerto Vallarta was the wildlife. We saw some really cool duck-like birds. Mom, dad, and a whole ton of babies decided to swim in our hotel swimming pool one day.
One of our favorite things to do when we visit a new place with delicious street food is to go on a food tour. It is a great way to get a feel for the local food and to find … Continue reading
One of the things we enjoy when taking road trips is stopping along the way to see cheesy, corny fun stuff. And, boy, did we succeed recently. Did you know the world’s biggest covered wagon is located in Lincoln, Illinois? … Continue reading
Continuing with the theme of how weird Wisconsin can be, as we road-tripped south we stopped to see Dr. Evermor’s Forevertron in an art sculpture garden in the middle of pretty much nowhere situated back behind a place called Delaney’s … Continue reading
No, I didn’t spell that wrong. Jurustic Park and Jurassic Park are two completely different things.