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Philadelphia is a small city. I already took you through its most iconic and historical places, since this is where the country was born. Today we will visit some beautiful corners, and others a little more “macabre”. Will you join me to continue discovering Philly, the city of brotherly love?  I start in the small […]

Upper Manhattan

The neighborhoods on either side of Central Park are called the Upper East Side, on the east to the East River and the Upper West Side on the west to the Hudson River. Shall I tell you about some of my walks around these neighbourhoods? UPPER WEST SIDE I’ll start in the west, where I […]

Harvard & houses. Boston.

Boston is one of my favorite cities in the United States, it is also one of the oldest. In Massachusetts was the place where many of the classic American writers created their works. I told you about Nathaniel Hawthorne in my post about Salem. Louisa May Alcott wrote “Little Women” in Concorde, a house I […]

Nashville, more than music.

The small city of Nashville, the so-called city of music that I already told you about, is more than a few streets from which melodies and songs emanate and today, I am going to show it to you. I go for an early walk in the morning and I first pass by the Hermitage hotel, […]


I arrive in Bermuda in February 2022, the first time in more than 20 years since last time, and I must say that not much has changed. It’s one of those places that I could say stays exclusive. Tax haven and place where insurers flourish.  Famous for the intriguing triangle it forms with Puerto Rico […]

I am back in New York

A pandemic, something I would never have imagined, and yes, we have spent a long time anchored at home, in my case, on an island. My last destination outside the continent was New York and today November 8, 2021 the US opens its borders again, and here I am, I have landed in one of […]

Crossing to Brooklyn

  This morning I went to the lower east side of Manhattan, to the Tenement or Immigration Museum. It is a building placed in Orchard Rd where they show us how immigrants, refugees & migrants used to live once they’d arrived to the city by boat since 1840 forward, till the building was left abandoned […]

A bit of New York in the movies.

  I love listening to jazz when I write, it takes me back to my travels, especially to New York City, as you know it’s one of my favourite places in the world. Ella Fitzgerald’s notes guide my fingers on the keypad & take me to a chocolatier in Soho called MarieBelle. Virginia’s been telling […]

Folly Beach & Morris Island Lighthouse . Charleston.

As Charleston is located on the coast it has many beaches, islands & rivers worth exploring. One morning the Four Fabulous accompanied by two knight-errands went to Folly Beach, crossing the Ashley River, passing on James Island, arriving to the beach bathed by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, which is only twenty minutes away by […]

The Middleton Plantation. Charleston.

One beautiful morning after having breakfast in Toast we called an Uber & the four of us, very excited, headed to Middleton Plantation, we’re going to witness how a plantation which grew the Carolina Golden rice was & how they lived then. Upton arrival we bought the tickets for $42, the only think not included […]

Mis viajes alrededor del mundo siempre acompañados de un buen libro. My travels around the world always accompanied by a good book.