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  • 07/18/13--14:07: Marseille, France is Reborn
  • Marseille?  Who would want to visit this city? Crime, drugs, violence, the Mafia – the city’s reputation has been shrouded ...read more

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    For many years my husband and I lived in the Stuttgart area of Germany – less than two hours from ...read more

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    Known as “La France profond,” (profound France), the Auvergne in central France, the country’s least populated region, may not rank ...read more

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    Cheese and chocolate – as much a part of Switzerland as banks and watches.  But, those are not edible and ...read more

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  • 07/31/14--09:09: Balinese Cooking Class
  • The Paon Bali Cooking Class is much more than chopping, dicing and stir frying. Along with these basic cooking tasks ...read more

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    The Czech Republic is rich in remnants of a flourishing Jewish community, at one time the largest and most vibrant ...read more

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  • 01/27/15--14:25: Skiing Portes du Soleil
  • The Portes du Soleil ski region with slopes in both France and Switzerland is what European skiing is all about.  ...read more

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    A stay at Tanah Merah was a highlight of a visit to Ubud, Bali, several years ago. This secluded boutique ...read more

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    Replica of historic ship commemorates epic voyage Thank you, French President Francois Hollande.  You and your entourage stole my place ...read more

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  • 10/14/15--07:00: Germany’s Fun Festivals
  • Germans sure know how to throw a party.  Fun festivals with oom-pah bands, beer, wine, sausages plus all sorts of ...read more

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    My nose led me to the oven, heavenly aromas wafting from behind its doors.   Something delicious was baking and I ...read more

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    The marks recording the young boy’s height etched on the walls of the medieval chateau stopped at 1 meter 52 (4 feet 9 inches).  The famous post-impressionist painter, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, had spent summers in the chateau as a child and at age 14, after two falls resulting in broken legs which never healed properly, […]

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    A stay at Tanah Merah was a highlight of a visit to Ubud, Bali, several years ago. This secluded boutique hotel in a luxuriant tropical setting is the perfect place to chill out.  Like much of Bali, there is something mystical about it so I knew I’d return.  I did exactly that recently with my […]

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    Replica of historic ship commemorates epic voyage Thank you, French President Francois Hollande.  You and your entourage stole my place on the magnificent French frigate, the Hermione, which is now en route to the U.S. from France.  I, along with several other journalists, had been scheduled to board and tour the ship; even have lunch […]

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  • 10/14/15--07:00: Germany’s Fun Festivals
  • Germans sure know how to throw a party.  Fun festivals with oom-pah bands, beer, wine, sausages plus all sorts of tasty edibles — and plenty of gemütlichkeit.  There really is no accurate translation for this word which describes the jolly ambience and lively spirit that is the essence of these celebrations. There’s even a toast […]

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    My nose led me to the oven, heavenly aromas wafting from behind its doors.   Something delicious was baking and I had to have a taste.  I was in Dresden at the Striezelmarkt, the city’s Christmas market, and it was Stollen, a rich buttery cake with dried fruit, nuts and spices, turning golden inside the outdoor […]

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    Weimar is a city made for walking and, if you take an impromptu stroll, at almost every turn you’ll encounter statues, museums and famous buildings linked to the Age of Enlightenment. Located centrally in the German federal state of Thuringia, this UNESCO World Heritage destination was the focal point of Weimar Classicism – a literary […]

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    St. Moritz is serious sports including skiing, snowshoeing, tobogganing, ice skating, polo, mountain hiking in the winter and more activities in the summer.

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    In April I joined a small group of German tourists (12) on a 15-day tour of northern India and Kashmir.  An ad campaign for the destination touts the country as “Incredible India.”  It is – as well as intriguing.  Following are some aspects I found incredibly intriguing during my travels.   PEOPLE:  My favorite part […]

    The post Intriguing and Incredible India appeared first on Travel Squire.


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  • 12/08/16--09:52: Maritime Flair in Hamburg
  • Fish, and the waters where they swim, both come to mind when I think of Hamburg, Germany’s second largest city and largest port.  Although the waters of the North Sea are 65 miles from this maritime city, it is water that imbues the city with a distinctive, enticing flair. It seems water is seldom out […]

    The post Maritime Flair in Hamburg appeared first on Travel Squire.


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