Traveling in Dr. King’s Footprints

Follow your GypsyNesters as we explore pivotal moments of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life though travel.

Join us in an emotional journey through Atlanta, Birmingham, Montgomery and Selma as we discover more about what had happened, what is happening now and our hope for the future… CONTINUE READING >>

Follow your GypsyNesters as we explore pivotal moments of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life though travel.

Join us in an emotional journey through Atlanta, Birmingham, Montgomery and Selma as we discover more about what had happened, what is happening now and our hope for the future… CONTINUE READING >>

Christmas Cruising the Danube, A Live-Blog

With Christmas fast approaching we are happy to take a look back at the most festive way we have ever experienced to celebrate the season, a day by day account of a cruise along the Danube that we took back in 2013. The cheer factor was off the charts!
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With Christmas fast approaching we are happy to take a look back at the most festive way we have ever experienced to celebrate the season, a day by day account of a cruise along the Danube that we took back in 2013. The cheer factor was off the charts!
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Tips to Dress Nicely for Church

From a long time, dressing up for church has been nothing less than a formal occasion, and people used to put on their best dresses on Sundays. Here are some tips on how to dress correctly for your church service… CONTINUE READING >> 

From a long time, dressing up for church has been nothing less than a formal occasion, and people used to put on their best dresses on Sundays. Here are some tips on how to dress correctly for your church service… CONTINUE READING >> 

Narbonne, C’est Si Bon

In France we have found people to be somewhat understated. For example, pas mal, meaning not bad, is a common French saying. But when we made it to Narbonne we could no longer say it. We had to adopt c’est si bon instead…

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In France we have found people to be somewhat understated. For example, pas mal, meaning not bad, is a common French saying. But when we made it to Narbonne we could no longer say it. We had to adopt c’est si bon instead…

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