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Spring Break Blogging PART 6 – Castello Di Amorosa Winery Takes My Breath Away

When I picked a winery to visit sans tour I chose mostly based on the variety of wines offered (recommendations) and maybe one photo. But I was not expecting all of THIS! Castello wasn’t just built to be a winery, its a whole experience! Mind you,…

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Spring Break Blogging PART 5 – The Old & Modern Pittock Mansion Of Portland

Gotta love these places. It’s a step back in time. What is cool about this is that at the time it was built to be so modern with a phone, an elevator and some cool kitchen gadgets. A little Wiki blurb: The Pittock Mansion is a French Renaissance c…

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The Tourist Lane « Improv Everywhere – GENIUS!

via improveverywhere.com From Improv Everywhere: For our latest mission, we created separate walking lanes for tourists and New Yorkers on a Fifth Avenue sidewalk. Department of Transportation “employees” were on hand to enforce the new rules and …

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From my Flickr – Garden Art – Holland

via flickr.com Camera: Nikon D90 Exposure: 0.005 sec (1/200) Aperture: f/10.0 Focal Length: 32 mm ISO Speed: 200 Keukenhof (“Kitchen garden”, Dutch pronunciation: [ˈkøːkənˌhɔf]), also known as the Garden of Europe, is situated near Lisse, Netherla…

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