Category | Europe

Terre Blanche, Provence

Posted on 09 September 2014

By Richard West My wife travels monthly to Kiev for work. Two hundred miles east a war rages that has claimed almost 3,000 lives and driven almost half a million… Continue reading »

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Adventure in Ireland

Posted on 22 July 2014

  In the past decade, Ireland has become synonymous with adventure in Europe. I suspect my grandmother would find it hard to believe that her native Donegal is now the… Continue reading »

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Dresden: Sounds of Music

Posted on 10 June 2014

  Story & photos by Julie Maris/Semel A brief weekend in Dresden is equivalent to tasting streusel on a warm German coffee cake. One needs time to experience the depth… Continue reading »

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Remembering World War I in Flanders

Posted on 11 March 2014

  By Monique Burns It’s a gray day in West Flanders.  Cold and drizzly.   Not unusual for early spring in Belgium’s westernmost province.   The brooding weather seems particularly fitting for… Continue reading »

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Glorious Russia

Posted on 03 September 2013

By Dalma Heyn At dinner with colleagues in New York last week, my husband Richard and I were asked about our recent trip to Russia. We reported it in a… Continue reading »

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Estonia & Lithuania: Past, Tense

Posted on 04 June 2013

By Marc Kristal A few months ago, I visited Rome, a beloved city in which I have long followed, like many tourists, a particular, equally beloved routine. One of the… Continue reading »

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7 Reasons to Love Salzburg

Posted on 25 March 2013

By Everett Potter Vienna’s urban sophistication and verve are a world away from Salzburg’s stately Italianate baroque architecture, with its squares and palaces and domes. It’s vaguely Vatican in feeling,… Continue reading »

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The Best of the West Coast of Ireland

Posted on 19 March 2013

By Cari Gray Ireland is a breathtakingly beautiful island, known for lush green scenery, sheep, Irish whiskey, music, leprechauns, fairies, fresh cuisine and the friendliest of folk – Cead Mille… Continue reading »

De La Ville Roma

Posted on 12 March 2013

By Marc Kristal “Location, location, location,” that governing incantation of all real estate deals, isn’t quite as ironclad when it comes to choosing a hotel. For one, part of the… Continue reading »

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Five for Families: The Cotswolds

Posted on 05 March 2013

By Emily Goldfischer Looking for a quintessential English countryside vacation that offers fun, interesting activities for the kids but also charm and romance for the adults?  The perfect balance of… Continue reading »

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