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Reims: Train strike, bus tour, beer and more

As my wife Nenita was getting ready for the day I took a short walk back to the SNCF office in the Reims train station to get the real facts on what we could expect in view of the strike. […]

Reims: Train strike, bus tour, beer and more

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As my wife Nenita was getting ready for the day I took a short walk back to the SNCF office in the Reims train station to get the real facts on what we could expect in view of the strike. […]

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Paris Part 2

It was just another day in Paris only this day I had fully recovered from any lingering jet lag and slept extremely well. So I was bright eyed, bushy

Paris, première partie

It took just a wee more than four hours to travel by train from Cologne, Germany to Paris, France. It was smooth and easy and included not just one

Brussels to Cologne to Paris

Far too early the next morning I awoke at about 4:00 a.m. in Brussels and there was no way I was getting back to sleep. Damn jet lag. Plus,

European Vacation Day 2: London to Brussels

The second day of our whirlwind family holiday in and around Europe began where it had left off — in London, The first order of business, after the usual

Travel tips: Getting ready to launch the big trip

Early in the New Year my oldest daughter, not all that old, suggested that we as a family visit Europe. That sparked instant interest all around. You see for

Ghent and its glorious gateway

Another day, another day trip, this time from Bruges to Ghent! It was a toss-up between Ghent and Antwerp, but with Ghent being described as smaller (it’s a city

Europe: On the road again

My love of travel has been with me my entire life. As a youngster I traveled by car and train with one or both parents to America’s west, Canada

Tivoli: The inspiration for Disneyland

When planning my second big European trip, I just knew Copenhagen had to be on the itinerary. Not only is it ranked as one of the happiest cities to

Cozy AirBnB in Copenhagen

While in Copenhagen, we stayed in a lovely AirBnB in the Frederiksberg neighborhood. It's about a two minute walk to the nearest grocery store and metro station, and about

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