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... resorts, the country is a pretty amazing place. Ancient ruins and modern cities, scenery and history, music and culture and and food. Far too much to see in just two weeks, of course, but that's kind of a common theme for my holidays.
I did have to take a few things into account, though: For one thing, I'm going to be travelling over Christmas in a country that takes Christmas very, very seriously. For another, despite a college class, hours of ...
I love trains. I've probably mentioned this to you once or twice before. It's not love like Sheldon Cooper loves trains; I can't tell you the history of the train or the track gauge or where the optimal seating is in each car. No, I just love travelling on trains. I've been compiling a list of all the train journeys I want to take in my lifetime and I'm very lucky to be taking one of them right now.
My original plan for this trip was ...
... experiences as possible. What I didn’t foresee is that in doing so, I’ve also fostered my own special version of true love.
Though my love affair with the world will never end, I haven’t given up on finding a real-life, flesh-and-blood version to bring along with me on the adventure. My heart still yearns and hopes for the real thing; I don’t mind sharing that secret with you.
Just please, don’t tell my ...
... stained glass windows instead of depicting scenes from the Bible show historical events of Montreal. If you are ever in Montreal, it is worth seeing. There is also an underground city here that is not so much another city but a means to get around the city without ever going above ground. There are malls and artwork in the tunnels and since the tunnels are built and maintained by private businesses, they are clean and ...
- Camera. For travel photos, a phone camera just won't cut it, even if I had one (which I don't). My Canon G15 camera is the most expensive thing I take on my trips, but it's a compact point-and-shoot that's small enough to fit in my purse and doesn't look conspicuously like expensive camera equipment, unlike a dSLR. It's a compromise between image quality and portability, to be sure, but I find that it takes damn ...
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