It was clear we were Lindsays, but like all stories passed down over generations, ours had become a bit muddled.
Neither relics nor history draw tourists to the chapel on Isle de la Cité in Paris. Instead, it is the 6,458 square feet of stained glass illustrating more than 1,100 biblical stories from Genesis to the Passion of Christ.
But celebrities aren’t the only ones who come regularly to enjoy Antigua’s 365 beaches and warm steady trade winds.
In most urban areas, scaffolding and fencing wrap long-neglected colonial buildings that will soon be home to restaurants and hotels, signs of the “entrepreneurial” growth slowly budding under Raul Castro’s government.