The Magic of Dresden Christmas Market

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Visiting Dresden in mid-November proved to be a double-edged sword. The Christmas Market wasn’t going to open until the end of the month, however, the city was already infused with festive charm. We had the chance to walk among the … Read More

A Modern Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela

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The great pilgrimages attract many followers in the religious world who wish to tread the well worn path that others have followed before them. Along with Jerusalem and Rome, one such place that draws much attention is Santiago de Compostela. … Read More

Top 5 Things to Do in Fujian, China

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China is one massive country. With 34 provinces, made up of municipalities and special administrative zones all in one time zone, they’re not as well known as the states of America. Everyone knows about places such as Beijing and Shanghai, … Read More

Morning Walk In East Berlin

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The Jewish history is written on East Berlin’s pavements We started our second day in Berlin with a tour of East Berlin. From the doorstep of The Circus Hotel where we were hosted we could see the Berlin Tower, originally … Read More

Brandenburg Gate and Tiergarten Park: A Photo Essay

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After spending the morning strolling along the history rich streets of the former East Berlin and visiting the Berlin Wall, my husband and I insisted on making one more stop before our flight to Dusseldorf with airberlin. We strongly felt we … Read More

In, Up and Around Strasbourg’s Cathedral

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Strasbourg is a wonderful mix of medieval past and progressive future. A fairy-tale like city that hosts the seat of the European Parliament and the Court of Human Rights. A clash of titans kind of place, where France and Germany … Read More

Grand Place, Brussels. A Photo Essay

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Walking around the Grand Place is one of the best things you can do in Brussels. This is one of the most beautiful squares in Europe, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, featuring architectural styles from three different time periods. This summer … Read More

A Guide to the Island of Lanzarote

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The island of Lanzarote is one of the seven islands of the Canary Island archipelago. This volcanic island is known for its natural park and its beaches, where visitors will be able to practice water sports. Visit the Timanfaya National … Read More

Best Cave Art in Europe? Visiting Font de Gaume in the Dordogne

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The mystery that wraps the dawn of humanity has fascinated me ever since the 5th grade. And ironically, prehistory is my favorite part of history. With little data available and lots of space left for speculation, this early part of the human … Read More

Grand Roc Cave: Nature’s Way of Creating Art

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From Bordeaux, our month long Interrail trip continued to Les Eyzies, the so called Prehistoric Capital of the World, in the Dordogne Region. We arrived in the afternoon and we started with a visit of the Grottes du Grand Roc, famous for … Read More

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