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About travelbynatasha

I am a retired attorney who loves to travel. Several years ago I began working on a Century Club membership achieved by traveling to 100 "foreign" countries. Today, at 49 years of age the count is at 82. Many were visited on land based trips. Some were cruise ports. Some were dive sites. Most have been fascinating.

The Painted Churches of Texas

This special edition post of travelbynatasha.com is dedicated to the sisters of Delta Delta Delta.  They are the ones who made this trip special. Shortly before 9 am on a spring Friday morning we left Houston to visit the historical … Continue reading

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Disney’s Marvel Day at Sea

About a month before the release of Captain Marvel (the origin story film), my adult son Rocky and I slipped away for a 5-day Disney Cruise out of Miami aboard the Disney Magic, the original ship among Disney’s four-ship fleet. … Continue reading

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A final day of theater in London

This is my final full day in London and to keep myself out of the stores, I have discount tickets for two more productions, a play and a musical.  If you have been following the blog you know this is … Continue reading

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I’m just wild about Harry: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in London

As my frequent readers know, I am a Harry Potter fan.  On one of my last visits to London, I took a bus out to see the Warner Brothers Studios in Leavesden.  Today the Harry Potter theme continues with the … Continue reading

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Our last day in Paris

We are headed to London later today on the Eurostar.  After packing, we decided to return to Saint-Germain to have lunch and to see the Abbey Church.  We rode through this area a couple of days ago on the hop-on/hop-off … Continue reading

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High Tea in London

While Boris is in London on business, I tagged along to enjoy the city while the hotel room is “free”.  We just concluded a long weekend to Paris celebrating a milestone birthday for Boris.  This part of the trip will … Continue reading

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Boris’ Birthday in Paris

We spent the morning of Boris’ 60th birthday touring Claude Monet’s farmhouse and Gardens in Giverny, France.  Now the birthday celebration returns to Paris for lunch at one of his favorites, Brasserie Bofinger.  Last time we were in Paris the … Continue reading

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