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Oia, Santorini, Kyklades, Greece: A Fine Place to Read a Book.

As I sit on the terrace that welcomed my friends and me to the cave dwelling we call a temporary home here in Oia, Santorini (of the Kyklades islands in the Greek, Aegean Sea), I am noticing that for the … Continue reading

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8 Questions to Help You Plan Your European Trip

I’ve been meaning to write this post for a while, and I seem to have timed myself out of skiing today with an extended writing session, so here we are. I’ve been planning the big summer tour. I want to … Continue reading

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Verdict (Bruges / Brugge)

This is my honest verdict about Bruges. Although it is a beautiful city, it’s best left to rich, old people and chocolate-loving drunks. Here’s where I get both halves of that opinion: First, it is beautiful. There are three major … Continue reading

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Day 16: Berlin to Leipzig

Today is a travel day. I’m now sitting in my bunk collecting my thoughts after a relatively quick train ride from Berlin. Actually, the train ride was too short for my liking. I had expected a 3-hour ride, but to … Continue reading

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