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Things to do in Buenos Aires

December 26th, 2007 No comments

With our four-year anniversary this week, Suzanne and I were thinking back to our wedding and honeymoon. Also, a number of friends of ours have visited Buenos Aires over the years, so we thought we would take a little time to note some of our favorite attractions.

Follows is a brief list if some shopping and dining recommendations from memory. I will add more when I get a chance to find our old guidebooks to figure out other off the beaten path suggestions. Read more…

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Ye Olde Trail Tavern

December 19th, 2007 No comments

Our last full day in Yellow Springs, we met up with Ty and Melanie, friends of ours from Carrboro, now living in California. We last saw them at their home in California in the Spring, and would probably not have seen them again for some time, except they were visiting with Ty’s family in Sydney, Ohio for the holidays. We caught up while walking around Yellow Springs, and investigating the shops, including two artists co-operatives (Yellow Springs Pottery and The Village Artisans Gallery), where we made some purchases.

When it came time for lunch, we decided to try someplace new (for us), and decided to eat at Ye Olde Trail Tavern. Selecting the Tavern as someplace “new” proved to be ironic, since the restaurant occupies the oldest building in Yellow Springs (constructed in 1844), and is believed to be the second oldest existing tavern in Ohio. Read more…

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The Winds Cafe

December 18th, 2007 No comments

Family obligations bring us to central Ohio every year or two, and this time finds us in Yellow Springs for a Chasens family reunion of sorts. Yellow Springs is a small, progressive town, though progressive is probably an understatement, as Yellow Springs makes Carrboro look conservative. The town is probably best known for Antioch College, and famous resident Dave Chapelle. Suzanne, her brother Isaac, and I have a new favorite game, spot Dave Chapelle when we are downtown (I won yesterday with two sightings).

When in Yellow Springs, probably the nicest faire can be found at the Winds Cafe. To celebrate Suzanne’s grandmother’s ninetieth birthday, we took everyone out for a nice meal at this town landmark. Read more…

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