Check out the “Travel with Me” tab

There is a side to me that I don’t advertise much but it takes up a lot of my time throughout the year. Come June or July, I show the fruits of my labor with photo posts, but that’s it. More and more often, people have asked me for information about how I travel and what the trips are like for those who do the journey with me. That’s why I created the new tab. What am I talking about?

For the past seventeen years, I have been a tour director. Grandmas and granddaughters. Couples. Families. Brothers. Sisters. High school students. College students. Educational traveling is a lot of fun.

I’m not selling or asking you for anything. This is just an invitation to you to see my new tab on the header of my blog. Click “Travel with Me” and learn more about me and this fab role of mine.

On Monday, June 18th, a dozen of us are heading to Rome, Pompeii, Sorrento, and Capri.

My bags are packed and I’m ready to go. Ciao!

29 thoughts on “Check out the “Travel with Me” tab

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  1. Envy you Cindy !!! nothing like travelling to make you feel alive !
    If I had any advice for someone about travelling it would be to not to wait. DO IT NOW. As you get older, travelling becomes tougher. I’d had some nasty experiences trying to do things that I used to do very easily when I was younger.

    Have a great trip.

  2. I have been to Rome, the only part of Italy I have ever visited. But it was amazing, and I wasn’t at all disappointed. I went 16 years ago, on my 50th birthday. After waiting almost a lifetime to see the ‘Eternal City’, it exceeded my wildest dreams and expectations of just how good it might be. Unforgettable!
    I went in March, and it was hot and sunny I suspect it will be much hotter (and busier) in June.
    Have a wonderful time, Cindy.
    Best wishes, Pete. x

  3. My Sister in Law is just completing the Greek Island cruise and should be back in Italy soon to return to Australia. So much history in that part of the world to enjoy. Enjoy your travel experiences.

    1. I’ve been to Norwich Cathedral before and Lowestoft and Yarmouth. It’s lovely. One should spend a month at least, not just a few days in England. My best experiences of the UK happened when I spend several weeks. That was in college. When I retire, I want to do that again. Spend a few weeks in each region.

  4. Hello Cindy! Hope you are well. Sounds like you are in Italy when I post this comment, well have a fabulous time and I’ll be sure to check on your Travel tab from time to time. Take care!

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