Category Archives: Walking tours

Pane e Salame and Mastro Ciccia Frame Bernini Day in Rome

You might say it was a risk entrusting me to plan our trip to Rome (and then on to Venice).  I had been to Venice for one day, and Rome never – and Therese had visited Venice many times and … Continue reading

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Free Veliko Turnovo Walking Tour and Samovodska Charshia

If there was a better way to wrap up our three days in the Veliko Turnovo area than with a guided tour from Free Veliko Turnovo Walking Tours, I cannot imagine what that would be.  Our guide Plami was absolutely … Continue reading

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France and Bulgaria Month-long Vacation Overview

It’s been a while, I know.  We were on vacation for a whole month, and between the preparation before, the vacation itself, and the recovery time after (jet lag, ugh), I have been out of the habit of regular blogging … Continue reading

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Crakow Free Tours Polish Food Tour

A culinary tour is always a highlight of anywhere we go (when they are available), and the Crakow Free Tours Polish Food Tour we took definitely cemented Krakow in my mind as an incredible city to visit.  In about 3 … Continue reading

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Kazimierz and Soya Cafe on Krakow Day Two

On a gloomy rainy August day in Krakow, there was nothing better than to explore Krakow’s Kazimierz neighborhood.  People think of it as the Jewish quarter, but I think of it as the city’s outsider neighborhood.  Yes, it formerly contained … Continue reading

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Charleston Wrought Iron Tour and Lunch at Hymans Seafood

Our recent weekend in Charleston for the Fall Tours of Homes went so quickly!  We arrived on Friday afternoon, and before we knew it, we had eaten at several good restaurants, done a tour of historic houses, and it was … Continue reading

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Lunch at 82 Queen and Charleston Architectural Gems Tour

After picking up doughnuts at Diggity Doughnuts and meeting Therese back at the Charleston Embassy Suites, the two of us walked down King Street to pick up our maps and booklets for our afternoon tour of historic homes at the Preservation … Continue reading

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