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Jan 1st 2008 12:56PM Yeah, they are worth the trip to NOLA alone! Could go for some right now, actually...
Dec 23rd 2007 6:06PM Ah yes, the miracle on 34th street -- a Baltimore holiday landmark!
Dec 13th 2007 12:45AM It reminds me of the sassi of Matera, Italy, but that's too easy...I'm really curious about this one...
Dec 2nd 2007 1:08AM I love the map postcards collection as well...and that Field Museum has tons of wonderful map exhibits as well. I'd love to visit Chicago at some point during their Festival of Maps:
Nov 12th 2007 9:53PM Yeah, and I fixed it. Sorry...thanks.
Oct 27th 2007 9:19PM Yes, Marilyn -- Freya is a favorite of mine too. Last year I read a biography about her called Passionate Nomad, and visited her burial site and former home in Asolo, Italy. I wish I could have met her, and some of these other remarkable women.
Oct 26th 2007 11:06AM Catherine, thanks for understanding my wacky tendency to be easily distracted by technology! And Sheynk, yes, discounted rates for non-tech seats is something I would def. pay attention to if it ever appeared in the market. But I highly doubt it.
Oct 18th 2007 5:48PM Thanks Marilyn, what a great column...AND gorgeous photo. The colors just make me want to....shop! Thanks for letting us know about this.
Oct 18th 2007 2:40PM It's moved to the top of my list of things to do before the new year - thanks for your insider knowledge Jamie. I'll def. try and get there!
Oct 17th 2007 1:23PM Thanks for your stories everyone. I see I'm not the only one who becomes a film fanatic during bouts of in-flight sleeplessness.