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Book Review: Europe By Eurail 2020

Europe By Eurail 2020:  Touring Europe By Train, by LaVerne Ferguson-Kosinski, revised by Darren Price This is precisely the sort of book I most appreciate when it comes to travel.  As a somewhat well-traveled person myself, I seldom need encouragement … Continue reading

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Book Review: Great Railway Journeys Of Europe

Great Railway Journeys Of Europe, by Insight Guides As I have mentioned elsewhere, this book is one of the several books I picked up from my local library in order to help serve as a resource when it comes to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Night Trains

Night Trains:  The Rise And Fall Of The Sleeper, by Andrew Martin This book does not really live up to its title very well.  This is not necessarily a bad thing, as the book is entertaining and personal, but sometimes … Continue reading

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Book Review: Ghost Towns Of Montana

Ghost Towns Of Montana:  A Classic Tour Through The Treasure State’s Historical Sites, by Donald C. Miller While by no means a bad book, this book’s shortcomings and little flaws were all the more in evidence because I read this … Continue reading

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Book Review: Ghost Towns Of The Pacific Northwest

Ghost Towns Of The Pacific Northwest:  Your Guide To The Hidden History Of Washington, Oregon, and British Colombia While I must admit that I have never taken a trip solely or even mainly to see a ghost town that I … Continue reading

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Cattle Cars

I don’t want it to seem as if I bag on American Airlines or think they are the worst airlines in business (for at least as long as they stay in business) [1].  That said, every time I seem to … Continue reading

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An Eccentric Journey In Parts

Rather than trying to liveblog a journey back from the Feast to the United States where there is only an hour in between, with the possibility that the internet will not work particularly well in some of those places, I … Continue reading

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Exploring Martinique

As I write this it is late evening in Martnique and tomorrow I will be beginning a somewhat epic journey home, about which I think I will have a great deal to say late tomorrow, but I don’t want to … Continue reading

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Things Observed During A Two Hour Tour Of Barbados

At about 8AM or so my family arrived in Barbados after a dramatic morning that included waiting at the hotel for a taxi to show up for nearly two hours and rushing to the airport when a taxi called by … Continue reading

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Hotel Review: Sunset Shores

Sunset Shores, Villa Bay, St. Vincent and the Grenadines In order to review this hotel fairly, considering it was the hotel we stayed at and which hosted the Feast of Tabernacles in St. Vincent, I would like to begin with … Continue reading

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