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So you are in Tuscany and you've had enough food and wine. What to do?
Well, there is several companies in the region that offer balloon rides. If you need a little more excitement, it's a pretty good time. I visited Tuscany in September, which is the end of ballooning season (apparently) due to the conditions. Its not…Continue
Added by Paul Anthony Rogers on November 10, 2014 at 5:47pm — No Comments
10. UP IN THE AIR SOUNDTRACK: A great movie with some great performances, but the soundtrack is also very good, well about half of it. Mixes new school and old school with some great messages. If you like travel, this is a great place to start with some music.
9: U2 GREATEST HITS. Ok, here's the thing. I'm not a obessive U2 fan or nothing. I just think they got some good tunes, its inspring, and they mean good. They aren't the next coming of Jesus, but,…Continue
Added by Paul Anthony Rogers on May 19, 2013 at 2:21pm — No Comments
So in honor of the earthquake we just had here in New England, the Walnuts here would like to discuss some quick tips when your find yourself in the middle of one. First (as i did) yell at your mother who is completely oblivious to the house shakin’. After you’re done alerting others in your vicinity, you’ll want to do the following:
Added by Paul Anthony Rogers on October 16, 2012 at 8:15pm — No Comments
Located off the beaten path in central Tuscany, Italy, one of the most popular tourist spots is San Gimignano. Known for it towers, its a great day spot to see. The shopping it rather insignificant. You won't find anything unique rather its on touristy cheesy stuff so save your pennies. The tower offers a great view of the tuscan landscape so its definitely…Continue
Added by Paul Anthony Rogers on October 30, 2011 at 9:46am — No Comments
In dedication to my new show about New England travel (Beyond the Beans).
My first blog will entail a very important event occurring this weekend. Stargazing in New England is very tough. The amount of artificial light and pollution can make it quite difficult for viewing. So if you're all about some st ar gazing and your live in New England, here are…Continue
What to tell you. For starters, don't drive in. Don't do it.
Park at the Piazzo de Michelangelo.
It's free. Then take a taxi in, or
you can walk it, but its a hike.
Added by Paul Anthony Rogers on October 11, 2011 at 8:46am — No Comments
Bah bah black sheep. Whatever. I hail from New England. You work hard in high school to get into a good college. You work hard there to get the good job. Then your high school sweetheart wants a ring and a white picket fence. Done. Babies, mortgages, fixing your gutters, etc. etc. etc.
F that. So I disappeared to California for a 5…Continue
SEASON 2 HAS ARRIVED! WHO'S EXCITED!?
So after saving some pennies for a bit after NZ, we've come to our next destination! My mom has always wanted to see Tuscany (thanks to Under the Tuscan Sun) and since her traveling prowess isn't the best, I'll be on hand to help out. With the pops at the helm, it's sure to be quite the adventure. So, a week in Tuscany…
Added by Paul Anthony Rogers on August 17, 2011 at 7:42pm — No Comments
I'm writing on a laptop. Yes I am. I have a blackberry, not an iphone. I do not own a kindle, portable tv or an ipad. I resisted the VHS to DVD switch. I love my original nintendo and don't own (and never have) an xbox, playstation or Wii. I, however, am feeling guilty. On my travels there are some essentials. Computer, Camera, phone, Ipod, chargers (wall and car), dvd…Continue