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Krakow – All It’s Kracked Up to be and More

With the schools back in session and everyone back to work, it was the perfect time to take a vacation. So that’s what the lovely missus and I did. For our first week off we went to Krakow, Poland. Mostly … Continue reading

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Roman Theatre at Orange

After our weekend in Spain doing the Dali thing, we were looking for another place to visit with D before he headed back to ‘uni’ (I’m getting so British), when he said “Let’s go visit Annecy. I just saw a … Continue reading

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Buda, Meet Pest. Pest, This is Buda

A couple of weekends ago, the lovely missus were part of a group tour (about 40 people) of Budapest. We liked the idea of having – after the first afternoon – the opportunity to explore the city on our own. … Continue reading

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UNESCO #60: Bath

So many possible titles for this entry: The Big 6-Oh Splish, Splash, I Was Taken by Bath Bristol, Bath, and Beyond But I went for the boring, straight ahead title you see above. Yes, after a year, we finally made … Continue reading

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The Last Cornwall Story

Two weeks ago, D and I arrived in Falmouth to get him started on his university life. Over a whirlwind four-day period, we got him through the initial campus paperwork, settled into his dorm and outfitted his pantry. He met … Continue reading

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UNESCO Site #59: Cornwall and Devon

In yesterday’s entry, I wrote about a non-surprise entrant on the UNESCO World Heritage List: Stonehenge. This story is about one that is a surprise. “Our land merits the same consideration as the Grand Canyon and the Taj Mahal.” That’s … Continue reading

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UNESCO Site #58: Stonehenge

As I mentioned in the prior entry, I just took our younger son, D, to ‘uni’ in Falmouth, England. During the course of my time there, I got to visit two more UNESCO sites, one famous and one not so … Continue reading

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