Between the Corniche and Marina Mall
Corniche Public Beach
Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
Louvre Abu Dhabi
Palacio Real desde el Campo del Moro
…and in the sunshine.
Plaza de Cibeles a la izquierda, El Rastro a la derecha
Palacio de Cristal en el Parque del Retiro
Templo de Debod
Mercado de San Miguel y Puerta del Sol
Chambao en La Riviera
Primera Division Liga España, Atlético de Madrid vs. Bilbao
Estadio Vicente Calderón, 21 de marzo
Flamenco en Vallecas
My “surprise” farewell fiesta with Antonio Nosolotapas, with some of the most genuine people I’ve ever met. Eres bueno, Antonio 😉
I was practically a permanent fixture that I should’ve been given an asset life and taken depreciation on. Yes, this is an accounting joke. Ashamed, I am.
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Liz, me, Christina, Jenn
In terms of the Caribbean, I’ve only been to The Bahamas, DR and Aruba (pre-digital camera days) and, in conclusion, Aruba was probably the most pristine of the three. Either way, you really can’t go wrong with any of these beaches.
London, United Kingdom
…wanna go down like London, London, London, wanna go down like…oh wait, wrong bridge.
Palace of Westminster
Afternoon tea at The Ritz
London Eye. Still deciding if this was worth the money. Probably not.
Portobello Market in Notting Hill
Cutty Sark in Greenwich
Royal Observatory, where we too eagerly straddled the prime meridian.
Yes, this happened. More than once.
Panoramic view from Castle Hill or, Colline du Château
Flower market or, Marche aux fleurs Cours Saleya, where we (Amanda, Sharon, Jackie and I) bypassed all the pretty flowers and went straight for the meats, cheeses, breads and socca (chickpea crêpes) at Chez Thérésa. Closed Mondays, Sunday afternoons and holidays.
Monte Carlo Casino