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Prague, Europe’s Fairytale City

January 28, 2017 // 0 Comments

Make Plenty of Time for Prague On our “EurailMadDash” this summer we allowed more time for Prague than we spent in any other city – and still wish we’d had more time. Neither Rand nor I had been to Prague before, but we’d heard of its beauty, culture and intrigue. We [read more]

Wedding Crashers – Greek Style

July 12, 2016 // 0 Comments

The receiving line inside the church where you thank your guests If you were married in a traditional ceremony in a church in a small town in Crete, Greece, this might be what your beautiful post-wedding moments would look like. The celebration of your marriage would be proceeded by a religious [read more]

Partying Like a Rockstar with Rockstars at Jackie O’ Mykonos

June 16, 2016 // 0 Comments

We have always said we like to explore, embrace the native culture and live like locals as we travel the world.  Well, on Mykonos, an island in the middle of the Cyclades Islands, we discovered that the culture is glamour and nonstop partying. Sure, we’re game…for a few days at least. [read more]

Venice – Venezia

June 5, 2016 // 0 Comments

One of the best reasons to sail around the Mediterranean is the wealth of history, antiquity and culture in this “cradle of civilization.”  There is a lot to see near the coast, but there are many treasures inland too. In Italy especially, it’s worth getting off the boat and [read more]

Turkey’s Underground Cities

May 16, 2016 // 0 Comments

if you can make it out, there are ruins of ancient buildings along the coast that were completely protected except from the sea because of the steep rocky hillside behind them What do you do if battles are raging where you live, foreigners are invading, or the rulers of your land want to annihilate [read more]

Pamukkale Turkey

May 15, 2016 // 0 Comments

Pamukkale Thermal Pools Pamukkale, which means “cotton castle” in Turkish, is a World Heritage Site located inland north of Kas and east of Kusadasi. It is notable for its white landscape of travertine terraces made of a sedimentary rock deposited by water from the hot springs. After [read more]

Amorgos in the Little Cyclades, Greece

February 9, 2016 // 0 Comments

After leaving picturesque but crowded and touristy Santorini, we sailed northeast through the Little Cyclades, to the island Amorgos. The contrast was startling between Santorini and laid-back Amorgos, where we stayed for over a week and met almost no one who was not Greek. The main [read more]
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