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Prague – Most Visited City in Eastern Europe

Prague is popular. So popular that eight million, mostly foreign, tourists go there annually. It’s convenient to get to with an array of air, rail and road connections. Once there, you can visit many attractions for free or eat at haute cuisine restaurants. It really does have something for everyone,

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Weißgerbergasse Nuremberg


Nuremberg has an impressive Old Town with intact medieval walls, a massive Imperial Palace, and century-old buildings. The city also provides historical context for the Nazi movement with the Reich Party Congress Grounds and the Nuremberg Trials Memorial. While doing your historical walks, you can enjoy the renowned local culinary

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Driving Vacation in Eastern Europe

Five Reasons to Travel to Eastern Europe Eastern Europe encompasses many countries, from those in the former Yugoslavia in the south to the Baltic states in the north. The east parts of Germany and Austria have a shared history with their neighbours to the east and can easily be combined

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Sibelius Face rock sculpture - Helsinki

Helsinki – Capital of Finland

Introduction We were in Helsinki, Finland for the first time in our lives. We did not have friends living here as we do in most countries we go to. We arrived by train in the city at the monumental Art Nouveau Central Station. We walked the streets for hours, as

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Oslo Opera House - Oslo

Norway – Part 2 – Oslo

Introduction On my first visit to Oslo, we went to the city’s top attractions, including Vigeland Sculpture Park…   …the Parliament Building…   …and the Nobel Peace Center.   We are fortunate usually to have good friends where we travel, in this case, Khadija’s former colleague Rolf gave us a walking

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The Long Road to Cullaville

The Long Road to Cullaville

by Boris Kester is a captivating travel memoir that transcends the boundaries of traditional exploration. Through his unique experiences and eloquent storytelling, Kester invites readers

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