When an article such as the one about the poor dog dying on a United Flight in an overhead bin shows up in my news feed on FB my heart breaks. It breaks for the unnecessary death of the pet. It breaks for the family that lost a loving companion in a horrible preventable way. It breaks for the airline staff that either did not know what was happening or […]
Driving a convertible. The bipeds were bit by that bug on our trips to Florida. They loved it. Dad liked the sense of freedom and Mom kept leaning back to let the sun kiss her face. Sometimes her hands would fly up in the air and she’d squeal in delight, making Dad laugh. No one cared that their hair was getting messed up. Oh, the wind, the sun […]
Safe to say that it’s one of the most undervalued capital cities of Europe, and that’s a real shame. Hundreds of sites, super pet friendly, Smart car police vehicles, bike paths, affordable and amazing food!
Considering I write a blog on the very topic of with-small-dog-travel, it is shocking that it has taken me this long to write an umbrella post on air travel with your small dog. So it is time for me to fix that situation and give you a basic, Air Travel With a Small Dog 101 or if you prefer Air Travel With a Small Dog Tips! First, what does […]
There is a little known, best kept “secret” in Athens. And I am about to share it with you Dear Reader. If you are anything like my bipeds, there is something rather intimidating in trying to use public transportation in a country where you can’t read the signs. It’s not a language barrier thing… that they can manage… the alphabet is very literally … different. It’s cyrillic. Add […]
Having previously written about Quebec City, I will not repeat what was already mentioned in that post (Château Frontenac, the boardwalk, the Funicular, etc.). I will simply invite you to first read it so you can, like me, focus on what was new to us this time around! We were lucky enough to actually have good weather on July 9th 2012: warm and sunny with big white fluffy clouds. So […]