We’re in the final stretch… stay tuned for missives on our motorhome tour of the Alps, then Amsterdam and London. Or skim our travel blog for posts from Buddahland, Southern Africa, Latin America and beguiling Spain.
This last June morning we took our time to pack, dump and roll south towards the famous peaks, falls and canyons of the Bernese Oberland. It’s a delicious drive – burrowing through emmental mountains, along bubblegum blue glacial lakes and chocolate layer cake mountains dusted with powdered sugar. The weather holds long enough for us … Continue reading Eiger Dreams
Tuesday morning I felt well enough to take an easy family hike outside St Emilion, past ruins and over vineyards. We’ve got a 5PM flight so take so pack at a leisurely pace and plan a slow-ride west to the Bordeaux airport. Good thing – massive rainfall flooded the route and turned our 45 minute … Continue reading Going Mobile
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey may be gone, by the Millhoff-Rock troupe carries the tradition on. Our comical cast of characters rolls with the spectacle and efficiency of a circus. This transition Sunday it’s early up, clean and secure HomeExchange flat for departure, eat, out, rental-car drop-off, taxi into France, breakfast, board TGV, homework … Continue reading Bordeaux: a Crude Culture.
It’s time to explore San Sebastian’s heart. After a morning of homework and trip planning, we load into the Golf and navigate through labyrinthine streets to old town parking… driving in Donostia is an adventure. But there are plentiful underground lots and after a few exciting wrong turns we manage our way into the Broadway … Continue reading Noble Donostia