Europe

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This is not going to be your typical travel story. Oh sure, it started out that way. A story about a tour sponsored by...

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There is an oft-repeated joke in Norway; a visitor asks a boy if it always rains in Bergen. The boy replies; “I don’t know,...

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The year is 1645. The most virulent strain of the Bubonic Plague has immobilized Edinburgh, Scotland, claiming the lives of more than half the...

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Photography by Yuri Krasov I’ve always known that vacationing in the mountains was for the athletic, physically well-adjusted, and fearless people who don’t mind long...

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Just 51 miles long and 35 miles wide, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is one of the smallest countries in the world, yet it...

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What do William Wordsworth, William Yeats and Jemima Puddle-Duck have in common? Well, they all lived in and around the fairy-tale villages of England’s...

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Photography by Emma Krasov Genève, Switzerland, a rather small city of 186 000 inhabitants is the world center for diplomacy, the birthplace of Red Cross...

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Photography by Emma Krasov The majority of tourists come to Frankfurt – Europe’s premier transportation hub – just for a layover at its massive International...

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Photography by Yuri Krasov At Grand Hotel Villa Serbelloni in Bellagio, Italy, a pleasant-mannered manager will let you know that some guests come back to...