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The Fastest Walking Tour of Paris

 Monday, April 28th.
I’ve decided to call it the Fastest Walking Tour of Paris.

I spent the day in a weird state, sorta floating, feeling out-of-my-mind, from lack of sleep and food. 463 more words

Traveling

Walking Tour of Joyce's Trieste With John McCourt

Joyce is everywhere in Trieste: a statue of him stands on a bridge overlooking the Canale Grande, just before the statue is the Passagio Joyce (Ponte Curto), tiny plaques are placed all over significant buildings that played a role in Joyce and Nora’s life, and there is even a hotel named after the author. 594 more words

Walking tour with Past Experiences

I don’t go out into the CBD and certainly not out and about walking. This made me love this tour that much more. I had always thought (wrongly) that walking tours were expensive. 222 more words

Lifestyle

Basking in Bilbao’s Renaissance: A Walking Tour of the Basque City

As we passed Bilbao’s state-of-the art structures, juxtaposed with timeless buildings flashing Old World flair, I had a hard time imagining what the Basque Country’s largest city was like before the Guggenheim Museum sparked its economic renaissance in the late 1990s. 1,684 more words

Travel

La Paz: Madness at altitude

La Paz is a huge bustling city that's actual name is Nuestra Señora de La Paz... Meaning our lady of peace! It's the third most populated city in Bolivia, but when you see it you wouldn't believe it. 1,043 more words

Travel Blog

Mary Spring Rice's Asgard Diary July 26, 1914.

“Six o’clock,” said Molly’s voice. “Time to get up.”

Then Erskine: “Hullo, Mary, how about being up at 5? I want my breakfast.”

I did very little washing that morning for I was hoping for a real hot bath in the evening and if we had to go on to the Shannon, well, Heaven help us, nothing mattered then. 1,416 more words

Howth Gun Running