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  • South Georgia Island update and considerations for visits during October -November
    on Jan 21, 2016 in travel-blog
    South Georgia Island update and considerations for visits during October -November This is an Update to my South Georgia Island Page . The months of  October -November present a different image to those of peak summer when the weather is warmer and...
    on Nov 24, 2015 in travel-blog
    BARGA, PIETRASANTA and the LEANING TOWER of PISA BARGA I like medieval towns; particularly those that are small, have atmosphere, are paved in cobblestone, and whose architecture have facades of timber and textured stone. Barga, a tiny fortified hill...
  • Lucca
    on Oct 26, 2015 in travel-blog
    Lucca, the medieval walled town of Tuscany not far from Pisa. It is our third day wandering the narrow cobble streets, and we are slowing down. Not that it is boring or overly busy, rather the opposite, it is a living museum with an intact fortified...
  • Paris will always be Paris
    on Oct 19, 2015 in travel-blog
    Paris will always be Paris (Paris Sera Toujours Paris) Well not quite. Yes, the buildings and monuments were the same, and the ambiance walking the streets felt very Parisian, with the curb site cafes full and food shop windows promoting cakes and ch...
  • A Greek Island Cruise
    on Oct 14, 2015 in travel-blog
    A Greek Island Cruise. The Ship It was the end of the season for a Greek island cruise and we wanted small. But the smallest cruise ship I could find was the 450 passenger Seabourn Odyssey, a 6-star luxury liner. Still, that was petite compared to th...
  • One Day in London
    on Oct 13, 2015 in travel-blog
    One Day in London We drove into central London ending in a mighty traffic jam caused by a major demonstration supporting migrants. From this gridlock we drove to our hotel in Westminster only to find a large group of Labour supporters spilling into t...
  • Istanbul Revisited
    on Oct 11, 2015 in travel-blog
    Our last visit to Istanbul in 1991 felt like we were amongst a few westerners exploring an exotic and distant land. This time, however, we were not alone. Mass-tourism had cast its spell transforming many of the monuments into endless queues. But we...
  • Oxford revisited, Again
    on Oct 9, 2015 in travel-blog
    Location, location, location is the popular mantra. Well, our stay at the 17 century Bath place hotel could not have had a better position, located a 100 metres from the heart of the colleges of Oxford. It took less than 1minute to walk through a twi...
  • York UK
    on Oct 4, 2015 in travel-blog
    Our visit to York. We stayed 3 days in York. Dahlia remained at the Best Western in Dean Court opposite the York Minster Abbey, while I attended a writers conference at York University. We both liked York with its narrow winding medieval streets, par...
  • Visit to Stratford apon Avon
    on Oct 3, 2015 in travel-blog
    Our visit to Stratford on Avon. We wanted to see a Shakespeare play but the season was over and all we could book was Volpone. Volpone? Never heard of it. Still, any play in the Royal Shakespeare Playhouse would be an experience. It developed that Vo...
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