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The Grand Canyon of Greece: Hiking to Cliff-top Monasteries in Meteora

The Grand Canyon of Greece: Hiking to Cliff-top Monasteries in Meteora

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The best part of any good hike is the reward of an epic view.You sweat and trek your way to the top, and your hard work is repaid with a view that makes you realize just how small you are in a very big world. My hike to the Holy Trinity Monastery in Meteora, Greece […]

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Tasty Travels: French Country Winter Soup

Tasty Travels: French Country Winter Soup

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When I was a student in Paris, a classmate invited me to her home in the Loire Valley for the weekend. We took the train from Paris and visited the cathedral in Chartres and several castles. February is a cold and damp time in France. I remember the pleasure of entering the kitchen in her […]

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Exploring Thessaloniki: Take a Walk in the Cultural Capital of Greece

Exploring Thessaloniki: Take a Walk in the Cultural Capital of Greece

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“Just walk slowly,” he said. A rather odd answer to my inquiry about tips for sightseeing in Thessaloniki, Greece, but he was a local and the nods of agreement from his friends backed up the statement. In hindsight, his advice was the perfect embodiment of Thessaloniki: simple, yet significant; unhurried, but purposeful. The βόλτα or […]

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British Humor at the Olympics / Baltics and France

British Humor at the Olympics / Baltics and France

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Hi Friends, I’d like to share my travel friend, Londoner Nick’s perspective about the Olympic Games. P.S. Links to blogs about my recent trips to Denmark, Sweden, Estonia, Russia, Germany and France are here. LONDON  The British Bollywood Celebration for the Torch The torch did indeed go past yesterday – which ended up being a […]

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Berlin; Top 5 Sites to See

Berlin; Top 5 Sites to See

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Top Five Sites to See in Berlin, Germany   My third trip to Berlin I realized you’ll never have enough days to see all you want to. Last year I visited friends who live in Berlin and these are their recommendations for Must See Sites. Make it Fun One of the most interesting tours I […]

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Best of the Baltics: Copenhagen

Best of the Baltics: Copenhagen

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Copenhagen is one of Europe’s oldest capitols with a royal touch; the monarchy. Denmark is known for having the highest quality of life among developed countries. The Danes love to drink, party, soak up the sun and tell you how great Denmark is.  Take a peek at some of the best sites to see:   […]

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Stockholm’s Vasa Museum

Stockholm’s Vasa Museum

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  and for over 300 years it lay at the bottom of the Stockholm harbor. In the 1950’s a private researcher began to search for her. He knew that wooden ships are preserved in the brackish waters of the Baltic. In more salty water, wood is rapidly destroyed by the ship worm, Teredo navalis. The […]

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The Italian Job… of Being a Savvy Tourist

The Italian Job… of Being a Savvy Tourist

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  How to Get the Most Out of Your Italy Vacation   Travel to Europe in the summer of 2004 may prove challenging, but with advance planning the rewards are vast and varied and yours to discover, such as walking to the front of the line at the Coliseum in Rome, or finding unique accommodations […]

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Girlfriend Getaways – The Best and The Worst

Girlfriend Getaways – The Best and The Worst

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  We find ourselves laughing more than we have laughed in years. We experience a camaraderie that’s sometimes missing from their daily lives. We  talk, eat or drink too much and  return to our  their day-to-day lives with more strength, self-confidence and self-worth. I’ve written two books on this subject and through my own experiences […]

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Monet’s Garden at Giverny is a great day-trip from Paris

Monet’s Garden at Giverny is a great day-trip from Paris

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  The French Impressionist’s final home in Giverny is where Monet lived for 43 years, and painted every day in his gardens or studio.    His water garden is perhaps the best known of all his subjects; weeping willows, a wisteria-draped Japanese bridge, water lilies, rhododendrons and a vivid pallet of blooming flowers in all […]

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