Texas, Travel

National Museum of Funeral History

A chance drive by led to a visit to the National Museum of Funeral History.  This museum is located on the north side of Houston just of I-45 at exit 64. The building itself doesn't stand out and you might just drive by it without giving the industrial-looking facade a second glance. Instead, consider paying… Continue reading National Museum of Funeral History

France, Travel

Normandy France – A Brief Look Back

D-Day Remembered June 6, 1944 marked the invasion of Allied troops to Normandy and this year marks the 75th year of what is still the largest air, land, and sea invasion in history against the Hitler's forces. History will be lost without remembering the past. A drive through this region of France offers the opportunity… Continue reading Normandy France – A Brief Look Back

Travel, Virginia

A Plantation Home of George & Martha

Mount Vernon This plantation home of the first U.S. President and his wife Martha was built during 1757. Mount Vernon served as the home of George Washington for over four decades. You are able to tour part of the original estate, the gravesites of George and Martha Washington and other family members. In addition, the… Continue reading A Plantation Home of George & Martha

Portugal, Travel

Porto, Portugal Should Not Be Missed

Porto, Portugal As the country's second largest city, this more of a working class city offers a different vide than the more fashion focused Lisbon.  Portugal continues to grow as an affordable travel destination. Many first time travelers often focus on Lisbon, but don't ignore adding Porto to your travel itinerary. São Bento Station During… Continue reading Porto, Portugal Should Not Be Missed

France, Travel

The Montmartre of Paris

Exploring the 18th Arrondissement A walk through the more hilly streets of Montmartre is like the village for New Yorker or at least, that is what I've been told. This part of Paris is where artists used to enjoy a more comfortable part of life and display their works, but the prices have increase. I… Continue reading The Montmartre of Paris

New Hampshire, Travel

A Visit to The Currier Musuem

My most recent visit back to Manchester, New Hampshire gave me the opportunity to visit the Currier Museum of Art  Through a  guided docent tour, one can enjoy the mixture of European and American art, photograph, and sculpture displayed in this art museum. These works include such renewed artist at Hopper, Picasso, Monet, O'Keffe, Wyeth,… Continue reading A Visit to The Currier Musuem

Mexico, Travel

Cinco de Mayo – Ways We Celebrate The Day

Cinco de Mayo or the fifth of May This is an extremely popular holiday in the U.S. with its roots within Mexico. The holiday is a rather minor holiday in Mexico. In the U.S., Cinco de Mayo is a commemoration of Mexican culture and heritage, especially between Mexican-American families. This holiday dates back to the Battle… Continue reading Cinco de Mayo – Ways We Celebrate The Day