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A visit to Hersey’s Factory in Hershey, Pennsylvania would brighten any child’s day. Even adults like me. My husband said my face lighted up like a child’s. I’m not sure if … Source: Free Friday: Hershey’s Chocolate Tour, PA | Dee Travels
The summer issue of Lonely Planet magazine came with a little booklet on Istanbul which reminded me of my and hubby’s trip to Turkey back in 2014. Browsing through the booklet brought memorie… Source: Throwback: Istanbul | Dee Travels
1620. This is the number engraved on a stone in a special location at Plymouth Rock, Massachusetts. The number is significant as it marks the year the very first pilgrims landed in the New Wo… Source: Plymouth Rock, MA | Dee Travels
English poet and cleric, John Donne said, “No man is an island.” Humans as social beings find ways to get connected. Bridges between islands, boats as means of transport to be with other people to name two. Man’s efforts to get connected many times please the eye, like the scene below.
On the menu, it is called “Hall of Fame” Brisket Tacos – house smoked brisket topped with citrus slaw, avocado chipotle cream and pico de gallo on white corn tortillas. When I bit… Source: Tasty Tuesday: Brisket Tacos | Dee Travels Come check out Dee Travels where I am now blogging.
Visitors flock to Lourdes, France to visit the Basilica of Our Lady of Lourdes. The village comes alive during the peak season which is April to October with pilgrims from around the world. O… Source: Memento Monday: Lourdes Water and Rosary Beads | Dee Travels Follow me at Dee Travels.
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294 is the number of steps visitors need to climb until they get to the top of Bunker Hill Monument in Boston. The view is worth the effort. Source: 294 | Dee Travels