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  • Kenya & Tanzania - July 21, 2018

    #1 Posted : Tuesday, May 22, 2018 10:48:44 PM

     

    Hello everyone! I will be traveling from Atlanta on 7/19/18 to Arusha. Anyone out there also traveling from Atlanta?


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  • Amsterdam to Budapest May 2019

    #13 Posted : Tuesday, May 22, 2018 10:18:24 PM

     

    CalKat said:

    If there is any way you can swing it, try to spend more than 2 nights in Amsterdam at the beginning because of jet lag and also there is so much to do! We were just there prior to our 5/13 southbound Rhine & Moselle cruise and made it to Keukenhof Gardens on Friday, May 11 before their final day of the season on the 13th. Although the surrounding fields were already headed, the gardens themselves were still gloriously in full bloom. You'll need most of a day for this and it's SO worth it. Ideally, the best time to see the gardens is usually the last 2 weeks of April or 1st week of May while the surrounding fields are still full of color. We went to Haarlem on Saturday (market day) to see the Corrie ten Boom house and St. Bavo's church; it's a marvelous, picturesque town with lots of families riding around on their Dutch box bikes. As mentioned above, be sure to see the Van Gogh Museum or the Rijksmuseum, whichever one is not included on your tour. We're going back to Amsterdam at the end of our cruise to see the Anne Frank House and Zaanse Schans, an authentic Dutch village. ALSO, I highly recommend this AirBnB where we stayed before the cruise; the host family is so friendly and helpful and the neighborhood very quaint. And you feel like a local: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/7458963 And Budapest! We were there in 2016 at the beginning of our Blue Danube cruise. Don't miss "Shoes on the Danube," which Tauck doesn't cover and the big Central Market, which your tour might or might not cover. Also, go inside that amazing Parliament building. Katharine (also from California)

    I wish we could, but this trip is already costing us more than we've ever spent and the longest we've ever been on a trip. However, I doubt it will be our last trip to Europe.


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  • Solo Christmas Markets on the Rhine 2019

    #2 Posted : Tuesday, May 22, 2018 8:22:07 PM

     

    I've done 3 river cruises but not as a solo. I wouldn't hesitate to do it though. The itineraries on the cruises keep you fairly busy and people are pretty friendly. Since the ships are small (compared to the big cruisers) it's a cosy, convivial feel when you want some company. Just go hang out in the lounge, sundeck, Arthur's, etc and there is usually someone to chat with. While most of your fellow passengers will be couples, the majority won't know anyone else so they are just as interested in making friends. Hope you have a great cruises.


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Sigmund Freud theorized that we have multi-track minds, and I’m pretty sure that one track of my mind is always dedicated to music. If there is no music in the environment, there is still always some melody playing in my head. I know many others share this condition. People talk about earworms, tunes that seem to lodge in your head and keep p...

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For me growing up in America, the cultural footprint of Spain was so broad and deep that it almost faded into invisibility. My first history lesson said that Columbus discovered America and claimed it for Spain. I learned to take that assertion with a grain of salt, but it is true that Spain kicked off the wave of exploration and colonization ...

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