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... European cruise ports and tells you step by step how to go it alone in each of them and also provides a cheat sheet giving his thoughts on whether its best to do a ship excursion as going alone would be pretty onerous.
So for this cruise so far I’ve only booked the Princess tour for St Petersburg (which meant we didn’t have to arrange a visa) and one for Gdansk as it appears we’re a fair way from the town there and ...
... and he would often state look there real you can even touch them. I got to know lots of people from lots of places at the hostel many of which have been to nz, one of the staff had just got back from 3months in nz and was already trying to figure out how to get back.But ive realised I havent seen a kiwi that lives in nz since Anzac day, loads of aussies but no kiwis. prior to going to belgium I knew it was famous for beer and chocolate but id forgotten about belgium ...
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The city was founded in the 13th Century and unravaged by war its historic buildings are as ‘real’ as you’re ever likely to see elsewhere. With a history steeped in Catholicism, its architecture is characterised by the imposing brick gothic and the two collide majestically in the form of the Church of Our Lady and ...
... Great guy. He's saving more money to travel more. What a great thing to do. The castle was totally different than the others. After seeing so many, you begin to recognize the different periods and see which ones were built for luxury versus defenses for attacks. And Burg Eltz was a fairytale castle! The pics aren't great but the castle was.
After Burg Eltz, we hit the road and drove to Belgium!! We didn't actually plan on ...
... to roam the streets of Bruges. A map is helpful, but Bruges is one of those small places where you don't quite need a map unless you're looking for something specific. After wandering along the streets and canals, I finally made my way to Burg, by looking up and looking for the Belfry (which I know in the Markt). It's bustling with locals and tourists alike as today is market day. Vendors are out in droves selling meats, cheeses, flowers, and fruit. ...