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Welcome to Tbilisi!

I’ve passed two days in Tbilisi Georgia, and I am truly amazed. Of course, my reaction to visiting a new place is largely determined by the reality as compared with my expectations, and perhaps my expectations were low going into … Continue reading

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Detour Traveling (in Rome, Italy)

There’s something to be said for one’s seeing the most famous and therefore important sites and buildings in a city. On a first trip to a new city, I often participate in some amount of this sort of tourism. However, … Continue reading

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Courtyards in German Cities

There’s a pattern in European building that American builders ought to emulate. It’s perhaps not the sort of thing the casual hotel traveler might notice, but it’s a habit in city design that manages density (noted by a friend at … Continue reading

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Interlude: It’s the little things… (Berlin, DE)

One of my favorite parts of traveling is the actual travel itself. I love grabbing my pack, knowing that all I need is inside, and setting off for a train station. Arriving at the next destination might be the goal … Continue reading

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