Sarasota... Tampa... Miami... Madrid... LisbonHey..there was a picture or three of the grandchildren visiting on that camera sim card.
We've been up for 40 straight hours now. The Miami flight left late so we missed our Madrid connection and sat around the airport for seven additional hours.
According to NPR:
If you traveled by way of Florida's Route 1 in the 1960s, you might have encountered a young, African-American artist, selling a lushly painted oil landscape from his car. They weren't allowed in galleries during Jim Crow segregation -- but motels, office buildings and tourists would buy their vivid works.
Together, they formed a loosely associated band around Fort Pierce, Fla., that came to be known as The Highwaymen. At $20 a painting, they made their way out of agricultural jobs like citrus-picking and defined the cultural look of an era.
The Miami airport has a brilliant display of dozens of these paintings in the International Terminal.
Lisbon is very nice. We have big plans to eat at a Fado and ride the double decker tour buses and see the old neighborhoods and castles.
We're right by the train station, so we'll do a daytrip to Sintra.