Originally posted on November 1, 2018.
Originally posted October 22, 2018.
We just returned from three weeks in Paris, during which time we made our annual Palace Hotel anecdotal evidence gathering tour. Approximately a dozen magnificent structures feature a Palace plaque on each Palace building. Until recently, all the Paris Palace hotels were located on the Right Bank. Now the newly renovated Hotel Lutetia, located in […]
Our Mango tree is laden with fruit about the size of mismatched Easter eggs, many of which have already landed in the pool or have thumped to the deck. But, God willing, enough will hang on till they grow and ripen in a month or so. Matt and family are in Naples, and Beck and […]
Lindsey Fern was recently named wine director at The Inn at little Washington. The Inn is rated #1 with much of America and Debbie and I second that rating. Lindsey is now the only female wine director of a three star restaurant in the United States. Judy Sarris of Gourmet Traveller Wine writes: Gourmet Traveller Wine […]
Congratulations to Glenn Youngkin, Governor-Elect of Virginia. At The American Spectator, David Catron explains the win, writing (abridged): All of the major networks and the Associated Press have declared that Glenn Youngkin will be the next governor of Virginia. According to Politico, Youngkin currently leads by 2.7 percentage points. Terry McAuliffe’s un-concession speech made it all […]
Americans’ cousins across the pond in the UK have begun what looks to be a successful protest campaign against vaccine passports. Will Americans join the Brits and demand their politicians block any attempts at medical segregation? Dr. Joseph Mercola suggests peaceful protests to stop the introduction of vaccine passports. He writes: March 20, 2021, on […]