Author Archives: kcbernick

About kcbernick

I love to travel.

I’m a Hodophile!

July, 2019 If you’re reading my blog, you are probably one too. No, it’s not someone yelling “hold the door!” It’s a person who loves the road, loves to travel. I enjoy learning new words almost as much as I … Continue reading

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A Day of Inspiration

April 30, 2019 This morning, my brother and I headed to the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, while our sisters explored the The Ringling in Sarasota. Regardless of destination, we all wished we’d had more time there. The highlight of this … Continue reading

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Anna Maria Island and Everglades City

April 28 – 29, 2019 We’re quite pleased with our lodging, a four-bedroom home in Palma Sola that we found on VRBO. It’s located in a quiet neighborhood within walking distance of Palma Sola Bay, near Bradenton, Florida, but with the screened-in saline pool, we might want to spend most of our time here. It’s […]

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Homosassa Wildlife

April 27, 2019 After leaving our aunt and uncle’s home this morning, we headed south to Bradenton, FL. We contemplated stopping for lunch on the way in Hernando Beach, but weren’t sure we’d be satisfied. Still, I kind of wish … Continue reading

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Family Warms the Heart

April 25 and 26, 2019 This is a family trip, with the primary impetus being a visit to my aunt and uncle in Hernando Beach, Florida. My brother and I had visited them several years ago, when I first started … Continue reading

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Tears for Notre Dame

April 16, 2019 We were fortunate to have visited Notre Dame (Our Lady of Paris) Cathedral in October, 2015. This iconic cathedral has graced the city of Paris for 800 years, surviving two world wars and the French Revolution. I … Continue reading

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Gold and Arms in Lima

Monday, February 4, 2019 This is our last day in Peru, We paid a visit to the Gold Museum of Peru and Weapons of the World, originally a private collection belonging to Miguel Mujica Gallo, who was a prominent businessman and … Continue reading

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