Tag Archives: European travel

HOW TO EMBARRASS YOURSELF IN A THREE-STAR PARISIAN RESTAURANT

Those of you who follow my posts on traveling in Europe already know that I prefer cozy, family-run restaurants.  We’ve tried the gastronomique route, with all the foam and inventive cooking techniques imaginable.  And it isn’t always easy when two of your … Continue reading

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ON THE TRAIL OF GERMAN GHOSTS

Now don’t get me started on whether ghosts exist.  Frankly, I don’t care who believes what.  All I can write about are those specters I’ve personally experienced, and I am convinced German ghosts are the best.  So let’s see what you think… 31 October of … Continue reading

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EUROPE IN THE MORNING

What is it about dragging yourself out from under that down comforter, pulling on some clothes, and setting forth on foot early–not five a.m. early, but six, or six-thirty or even seven–when the sun has just begun to reclaim the … Continue reading

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