Tag: Travel in Europe

You say Dubrovnik….

There is something inexplicably attractive about old walls. Take any random town, surround it with an old wall, and the place will suddenly become exponentially more appealing to visitors. A rule that seems to holds true even if the wall in question is a dilapidated ruin, although the […]

A Day in Champagne

For today’s blog I thought I’d start with a few lines of travel poetry: At Charles de Gaulle Airport one fine sunny day the Road Warrior read an itinerary in not quite the right way. His onward flight to Miami had already long gone and a night in […]

A tour of Jewish Seville

Over the years I have been to many sites of Jewish interest, old and new. I have seen my fair share of Jewish neighborhoods, museums, centers, synagogues, historical sites, events, ghettos and memorials. Places which in various ways I have found to be uplifting, depressing, confusing, inspiring or […]