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Warning – this post might be offensive to some people. Bathrooms. Restrooms. Water Closets. WCs. Johns. Baños. Toilettes. Toilets. Loos. Lavatories. The Little Girls’ Room. The Can. By any name, in whatever language, these facilities have different personalities around the world … Continue reading
When I think of Norway, I think of fjords or the quaint town of Bergen so I don’t know what to expect in Oslo. From my research there are a surprising number of interesting possibilities. We’re looking forward to packing … Continue reading
The second day in Copenhagen started out great. By the evening, there would be lessons learned, chips would nearly be our downfall, and we would get nasty and gross.
After celebrating Mike’s birthday in Helsinki, it’s time to set our sights on our weekend in Denmark. With a less than two-hour flight on Blue 1, that includes doubling back over a time zone, we arrive in Copenhagen. Seven-thirty on … Continue reading
In other posts I’ve mentioned that I have given Mike states for his birthday. I still haven’t come through on his most important one, his 50th state of Hawaii. Much to my chagrin, this is something that he reminds me … Continue reading
We were ready to explore. Once again, we crossed the bridge from Norrmalm to Gamla Stan. This time 15 pounds lighter. Our backpacks were safely stored in a luggage locker at the central station. It was early, around 10:00am and … Continue reading
We knew about the 20,000 attendees for the European Diabetes and Internal Medicine conferences during the week that we would be in Stockholm. What we didn’t know is that there was a big race planned for that weekend too. 20,000 … Continue reading
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. My iPhone has become an incredibly useful tool. I use the map app as GPS for road trips. I can search the Urbanspoon or Trip Advisor apps for restaurants close to … Continue reading
How far can we go? I ask that question everyday when I have a minute to daydream at work. There’s a map of the world above my desk. Originally I put it there because I was sick of staring at … Continue reading
Reasonably priced world travel is easy if you know how to do a little research, have a bit of patience and are flexible.