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Category Archives: Bernards Travel’s

Hawaii On My Mind

Now why would I be thinking about Hawaii today? I don’t have a trip planned (except to Ireland in less that a month) and I wasn’t recently there (except that my wife was). Perhaps it’s because after several gorgeous days … Continue reading



150th Anniversary of Big Events

150 years ago today–March 28, 1862–there were big doings in my front yard. The weather was not as gorgious as it is today, but it was not bad weather in which to have a battle between a Union army and … Continue reading



SO LITTLE TIME IN MEXICO

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THE WHOLE TOWN’S THROBBING

This is possibly our favorite day every year in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico. That is, except for … Continue reading



HOLA FROM MEXICO (again)

How is that possible? We’ve been back in San Miguel de Allende for a full week. I’m working on the final polishing of Artful Dodgers: Fraud and Foolishness in the Art Market using the excellent comments of my writing hero … Continue reading



FRIENDS IN GALA’S BEDROOM

There has been much speculation and skepticism about the relationship between two couples who are central to so much of the Salvador … Continue reading