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Cafes, Cafes Everywhere!

A cafe at the beginning of a block. . . A cafe at the end of the block. . . .   And one that  meets  in the middle!   This one was quite near our apartment. We always ate … Continue reading

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Montmarte in the City of Lights

Our trip began in Paris as a four day celebration of our 50th wedding anniversary.  Montmarte  was my  request thinking of galleries, cafes and meandering among the artist and musicians.  Yes it is at the top of a rather large … Continue reading

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A Too Quick Visit to Amdavad

David and I were in Amdavad from January 13 – 23 for a world wind of work for him and a  flying around trying to visit all our favorite sites and seeing as many as possible of special friends.   … Continue reading

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The Best New Year’s Eve Ever !

Our children decided when they had their children, that each family should be at their own home for Christmas. This, I am sure, is in response to all those years we went to grandparents’ homes in Virginia and Maryland. Another … Continue reading

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India Superpower of the Future, Is on the Way!

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Street Dogs In Amdavad

  Namaste! They come in various colors, white, a ginger  brown, black, and  mixtures of the three. A few have long coats and all have pointed  snouts. And they are not pets, or so we thought. The dogs live in the … Continue reading

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Unexpected Rock Stars !

  Namaste! Posted  first  on February 21, 2013 by annetbell Ahmedabad is not a tourist destination. It is a working class city which used to be called the Manchester (UK) of India due to the many fabric mills. It could also … Continue reading

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