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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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Amsterdam, 2017

Don’t you get excited when you’re planning a big trip? If you travel as I do (that is, as often as you are able), then you’re familiar with this feeling. It’s opportunity. Other people buy season passes for skiing. Other people buy nice clothes. They buy Christmas gifts. They buy their friends dinner or rounds of drinks. I’m not other people, I suppose. Continue reading

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Day 19: Ostrov

It was good to meet back up with Nicolle last night at the train station. She, her mom, and her sister (whose website is here) met me at Karlovy Vary. They took me right to dinner in Ostrov, where we’re … Continue reading

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Day 10: Cafe time in Mitte

Today must find the internet. It’s a grand mission, and it’s mine. There are practical concerns with which I must treat: train tickets, apartments or hostels, and some kind of plan for the second half of July. The first few days … Continue reading

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