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Dallas Perspective on Morocco

The following piece was written by guest blogger, Eliza Solender** If DFW finds it’s short of construction cranes, my husband and I can tell you where to find them – they’ve gone to the Kingdom of Morocco.  We just returned from The Dallas Assembly trip to Morocco with 75 other...
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Year in Review 2013

Happy New Year to everyone!  Can you believe another year has flown by?  It’s time to reflect back and it always amazes me how much I’ve actually done over the course of a year. It was only a year ago that I reported the formation of my travel consulting company...
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The Salvador Dali Triangle – Costa Brava, Spain

Eccentric…Bizarre…Imaginative…Odd…Visionary…Weird…Narcissistic…Genius…Insane….Avant-garde…Flamboyant These are some of the words that have been used to describe the Spanish artist, Salvador Dali. The Fundacio Gala-Salvador Dali manages the world’s largest collection of Dali’s work in three locations in Costa Brava, Spain….Figueras, Portlligat and Pubol…which together are known as the “Dali Triangle.”   As I visited...
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La Sagrada Familia, 2013

    In 1992, I visited La Sagrada Familia for the first time during my trip to the 1992 Barcelona Olympics.  At that time, construction on the church had been at nearly a standstill since Gaudi’s death in 1926.  Only one of the three facades, the “Nativity” Façade… and four...
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USOpen Women’s Final, 2013

Last night I went to the Women’s Final of the 2013 U.S.Open championship! First of all, it is just way cool to just be at the U.S.Open.  The energy level is so high, and the venue is great….with entertainment, lots of food vendors, big viewing screen, and lots of U.S.Open...
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