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Day 7 -- Budapest Arrival

Drive through Poland, Slovakia, Hungary. Beautiful mountains and countryside. Small villages, where everyone is walking to or from the same Church. Much more beautiful than the Czech countryside or even the part of Poland on the way to Krakow. Fighter jet overhead. Roadside restaurant. ...

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on August 30, 2015 from Budapest, Hungary
from the travel blog: Central Europe (2015)



Day 2 -- In Which I Learn about Amex Travelers Services

Amex; nice people. Temp. card. Western Union. Back in business. Morning walking tour -- churches, Jewish quarter. lunch. Sleep. Walked to River and across bridge. Old Town square and new town square.

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on August 24, 2015 from Prague, Czech Republic
from the travel blog: Central Europe (2015)



Day 1 -- In Which I Learn About Czech Police Procedures

Hotel. Phone and credit cards stolen. Police station. Beer at Lokal. Change hotel. Walk at night. Get lost. Pasta restaurant in basement.

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on August 23, 2015 from Prague, Czech Republic
from the travel blog: Central Europe (2015)



Day 3

OK, I don't even remember what we did on Saturday. Wait ... we spent some time at the pool, and some time at the Beach. Ellery forced me to do water aerobics. Then there was a very sad tree lighting at the hotel. However, the evening was lovely, as we had dinner with Margaret Potts and...

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on November 28 from Hamilton, Bermuda
from the travel blog: Bermuda (2015)



Day 2

Oh, we started with such high hopes. First, a nature walk along Horseshoe Bay, and some photography along with it. Then a Ferry to Hamilton which was, um, disappointing. However, the art at City Hall was quite nice, and the bus back gave us a good look at the Island.

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on November 27 from Hamilton, Bermuda
from the travel blog: Bermuda (2015)



Day 1

We arrived to a cool, cloudy, rainy and very windy place. Fortunately, the hotel is really nice, which is good, because outside is not really an option. Dinner was a Thanksgiving buffet at the hotel.

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on November 26 from Hamilton, Bermuda
from the travel blog: Bermuda (2015)



Lokk it's Sunday-He's back again

3:34 PM 8/2/2015 It's sunday..Time goes by way too fast.i think back to last summer and it seems like it was only a mere few months ago..People might say that one's memory gets like that as they get older.I've been experiencing this strange speedup of time since at least the late 90's..i think...

permalink written by   Dennis Teel on August 2, 2015 from Seagoville, United States
from the travel blog: NO TRIP-JUST SITING AT HOME WITH LIMPY,THE ONE EYED PEANUT



Gross National Happiness

On the way to Trongsa, we stopped in at a primary school in a small town along the way. Despite the admonishment to dress appropriately, we invited ourselves in (politely!) for a visit. The buildings were beautifully constructed, the administration wonderfully accommodating, and the...

permalink written by  roel krabbendam on June 1, 2015 from Tongsa, Bhutan
from the travel blog: Bhutan



Past Present Future

We start the day at the National Library, which turned out to be way more interesting than expected. As a repository of its past I expected the usual and very stuffy vault of books, but we found instead a building with no books at all except in the shop: only scrolls. The one exception was...

permalink written by  roel krabbendam on June 7, 2015 from Thimphu, Bhutan
from the travel blog: Bhutan



Two heads not better than one

Above and to the east of our site lies the Tharpaling Monastery that gives our company in part it’s name. We spend the day there, the event a bit of a pilgrimage for the rest of the group. The hour drive from Jakar has become familiar to me now, winding through the Blue Pine forests of...

permalink written by  roel krabbendam on June 4, 2015 from Jakar, Bhutan
from the travel blog: Bhutan


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