Monthly Archives: December 2018

After Prague: the hinterlands of the Czech Republic

After discovering the strength and bravery of the Czech people in Prague, we wanted to see more of the Czech countryside. It was a dreary morning, made more so by the mammoth SUV the rental company foisted on us.  “…but … Continue reading

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The Serendipity (choices) of Senior Malfunctions

After leaving Venice and Slovenia, ultimately heading for Split, Croatia, we were sidelined by Rovinj, Croatia. And this picture is what lured us. On the left, by the sea, there was a narrow road that dead- ended in multiple parking … Continue reading

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A Short Trip- But fruitful until the end, Disaster.

  Our plans were on visiting our kids in Sacramento—an early Thanksgiving. We realized that the small town of San Juan Batista California would be more interesting. Small old town. This is an overview of the town and I have … Continue reading

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Tivoli in Copenhagen, Denmark

Freefall at the Tivoli in Copenhagen, Denmark We took a cab from the airport to our Copenhagen Plaza Hotel and checked in. Stepping out on our 4th floor balcony I was delighted to see the main train station on our … Continue reading

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