Albufera de Valencia

Where can you find romantic sunsets, a gorgeous view of the Mediterranean, the largest lake in Spain, walking trails with wildlife, and lazy boat rides by locals through grass-lined canals? Albufera Nature Park!


Day Tripping from Valencia: Xativa

The City of a Thousand Fountains called to us next. Our month in Valencia was coming to an end, but we had one more city to visit, Xativa. Xativa was historically a powerful city on the Mediterranean trade route. Two popes were born there. The city had an aqueduct which supplied water to the fountains,... Continue Reading →

Monica Perez Vega, MFA

Since January, we've been in London enjoying time with our daughter, Monica, and her family while she finished up her MFA. The big news is, Monica completed her MFA at the Slade School of Fine Art at UCL this week! The culminating event was the MA/MFA/PHD Degree Show, which will be held June 6th through... Continue Reading →

April in Valencia

"Mmmm, it smells like jasmine," I thought. Then, I noticed the orange blossoms. Gawking at the gorgeously ornate architecture of the Plaza de la Reina, the church bells started their melodious chorus. Valencia was a feast for the senses.

A Ramble in the Cotswolds

I had to pinch myself to make sure I wasn’t dreaming. If you want to know what it is like to live in a post card, in a timeless place from the past, you must go rambling in the Cotswolds.

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