Did you know that someone has developed a “new international language”?Forget German, French, or Spanish… if you are trying to decide on a language to teach your children, perhaps you should teach them...Read More
Gorona (our Intrepid leader) demonstrates just how easy it is to stand on this little stone outcropping up against the wall. If you can balance on the outcropping, remove your shirt (while balancing) and then put it back on,...Read More
1) A city map 2) A menu 3) An Intrepid Trip Notes Paper 4) A flyer someone hands you on the street 5) In desperation, just about anything So we have been in Belgrade for one and a half days now. You may recall Belgrade as a site...Read More
I think Mark really likes these statue challenges (perhaps he should be a tour guide in retirement). Maybe some newspaper should run these instead of a crossword puzzle. These first two are a row of statues along one of the...Read More
Sometimes, the art you find along the way is just as appreciated as the art you set out to see. These walls of an under-the-road pedestrian passage were really colorful and beautiful. Possibly Related Posts: The Four Processors:...Read More
Thank you to everyone who makes comments on the posts, it’s nice to hear from everyone at home and know that someone is reading these posts. Today we are in Krakow (Poland). Yesterday we drove from Teplice to Krakow,...Read More
I did find the Communism Museum, which I went to after the recommendation of several members of my group. It was quite good and it gave you a really good sense of what it was like to live under the communist regime. This is the...Read More
So, I did take your advice and decided to throw caution to the wind (and bank account) and I rode a segwayfor 2.5 hours. I tried to go on the morning segway tour, but it was full, so I came back in the afternoon and I was the...Read More
On my way to meet my touring group, I stumbled upon the Vienna Gay Pride parade while trying to find a U-Bahn stop. It was obvious from the music and smiles (and beer) that everyone (pedestrians and participants) were having a...Read More
It is now Sunday and I’m backtracking to Saturday. After moving my things to the new hotel, I went down to see the morning exercises of the Lippezaner stallions. The most interesting and funny thing that happened there was...Read More
This morning Pauline and I took the U-Bahn to Shönbrunn Palace. Here we spent the morning seeing 40 of the 1500 rooms of the palace, wandering the gardens, climbing to the Glorietta (the building on the hill) and getting lost in...Read More
Okay, one cannot spend 24 hours in airports and planes without discovering some interesting things. Here are my weird and/or interesting discoveries… 1) Chewable toothbrushes. Sold in the bathrooms at the Heathrow Airport....Read More
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