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Sunsets and The Malecón

September 15, 2019

Two of my very favorite things about Havana!  There’s nothing better than a sunset stroll along Havana’s iconic Malecón.  Most of the photos are taken on The Malecón, some elsewhere and the really good ones are Leo’s 🇨🇺  

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And we’re back in 4, 3, 2, 1, ……

August 22, 2012

Hello loyal halcyon highway blog readers!  Did you miss me?  Did you feel like you were waiting for the new season of your favorite TV show to start?  Well I’m back and the journey continues! So how many people do you know who’ve driven from New York to Alaska?  OK, I’ll wait.  That’s what I…

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Marc and Franco, The Colorado Tour

June 26, 2012

Anyone who knows me and Franco knows that we can entertain ourselves pretty much anywhere. We’ve been laughing at the same stupid stuff for 15 years now! So give us awesome mountains, a new city, some theater and yes ANOTHER Gay Pride celebration and imagine what we can do with that. Here we are during our week…

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Gay Pride in Salt Lake City (and Mormons too!)

June 7, 2012

Gay Pride Salt Lake City 2012

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Bryce Canyon National Park

May 25, 2012

So how come all those other parks got squished into one post and Bryce gets its own post–simple, because it deserves it! All national parks are beautiful, but some are really special and Bryce is one of those places. I never like to compare, so I won’t, but I will say that Bryce is unique.…

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Give It Up For: Arches, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Dead Horse, Goblin and Escalante

May 20, 2012

Yes that  is a lot to squish into one posting, but they all seem to go nicely together so why not.  Just a little clarification: Arches, Canyonlands and Capitol Reef are national parks.  Dead Horse and Goblin are state parks and Esclante is a national monument.  Everyone feel better that they know that now?  Each place was more beautiful…

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My Month In Tucson Arizona

May 11, 2012

Yes Tucson was the longest stop yet on the journey.  After the first two weeks at the Best Western, I got used to the housekeeping staff saying “Oh you’re still here” and them trying to figure out why.  I wondered to myself if they started to look for bomb making equipment under my bed! Tucson is a…

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The Year In Pictures. A Look Back At 365 Days On The Road

May 1, 2012

I can’t believe an entire year has passed since I set out on my driving adventure.  Well 12 months and 32,000 miles later I’m still at it.  Lets look back at the best road trip ever! So after crashing the ATV in Kauai, flying home to NYC so they could put Humpty Dumpty back together…

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Ten Days In Texas

April 6, 2012

Forget everything you think you know about Texas.  Yes, its the land that unleashed George W. Bush on the world and the place that the big evil oil companies call home. Much to my surprise however, Texas has gone from being the 800 mile land mass that I had to cross (twice) in order to…

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Florida’s Forgotten Coast

March 20, 2012

Florida is a not my favorite state for a lot of reasons. It’s flat, dull, mostly culture-free and really really humid. I did however have quite a bit of curiosity around seeing the panhandle. Any place that’s off the regular tourist circuit usually appeals to me. My first stop in Crystal River was a bit…

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