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Vienna Austria – The sounds of kindness and warm-heartedness abound

I love Vienna. (Yes, insert the Ultravox classic, if you must!) The city is clean, the people are kind and helpful, the public transport is nearly perfect (the CAT train doesn’t quite run early enough for those early am flights out of Vienna), and the food really coming in to its own. If you haven’t been, you must go. And if you’ve been, please return: it is nearly Europe’s most perfect city! Continue reading

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Gorgeous islands and lovely people for a wonderful experience

What amazing architecture – and I mean well beyond the stereotypical “Scandinavian minimalism” that you see everywhere – and the people were sweet, kind and helpful. Continue reading

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Rome, Italy – My home away from home

I will tell anyone who asks: Rome is to me what the sun is to Superman. It is my home, my love, and my return. If you must, take a map but “flying blind” really is part of the fun of Rome: getting lost, finding little cafés, little shops, or just watching people go about their business. Continue reading

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Barcelona, Spain

I find it difficult to choose between Barcelona and Madrid as my favourite place in Spain. Each offers such different things to enjoy, admire, and fall in love with that I’m not sure if I will ever have a favourite. But for this writing, allow me to wax nostalgically about Barcelona, a true gem of Europe. Continue reading

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Firenze, Italy

Most people fall in love with Florence the first time they visit. For me, it’s taken a while but I am finally starting to see the beauty and energy that is Florence. Continue reading

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