Tag Archives: Walking

Road Trip in Utah

It really is something to be able to say that it’s possible to see several national parks (and one state park) in one weekend. These weekend excursions tend to be whirlwinds for our family. and this occasion was no exception. … Continue reading

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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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Slow Travel in Berlin

There are a few different categories of holiday travel to choose from. For the sightseeing tourist, of which I am one upon first visits to new cities and countries, there’s one sort. For the slower, more relaxed visitor – one … Continue reading

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Nighttime in Berlin

The streets of Berlin’s neighborhoods always seem to be crowded, and the eateries do their best business in many sectors between 10pm and 2am. The trains are crowded all over the city until late at night. While walking one city … Continue reading

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Day 17: Leipzig

The hostel (Globetrotter Backpacker’s Hostel) is pretty neat. Despite its showers being prison-style, gang showers and also in spite of their needing a good scrub down, the rest of the place is unique and likeable. The stairs are broad and … Continue reading

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