Month: April 2012

My 55 best travel tips

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Apr 30, 2012

It is almost May. I’m slightly alarmed by this. Not just because the year is zipping by, and I’m wondering how I squandered away all that time with so little to show for it (Whither the sample chapter of the great American travel memoir, Everywhereist? Whither the clean laundry you were going to do?), but…

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Anatomy of a Souvenir: Little bird in a metal cage, Garmisch

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Apr 27, 2012
Posted in: Random Musings

– I’m not big on souvenirs. At least, not in the traditional sense. Rand and I are on the road a lot, and if I purchased every delightfully tasteless memento I encountered, we’d long ago have been buried under a pile of snowglobes, novelty beer bottle openers, and tiny resin sculptures of bears in swimming trunks.…

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The Week: April 20, 2012

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Apr 20, 2012

Folks, it’s the 20th of March April. Yup. It’s 4-20. While I’m sure many of you are celebrating this Friday in completely wholesome, legitimate ways (like going to the movies and eating cupcakes), I suspect a few of you are going to spend it on slightly-less-legal endeavors (after which you will likely go to the…

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Lunch at Munich’s Viktualienmarkt: Beer and Sausages

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Apr 19, 2012
Posted in: Food, Photos

– Munich was sunlit and warm when we visited a few weeks ago. So warm, in fact, that Rand and I – along with hundreds of other folks – were able to eat lunch outside at Viktualienmarkt downtown (I believe we were at the Schlemmermaier Sausage Stand, a name I cannot read, much less say,…

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On Instagram @theeverywhereist

  • Digging the vest.
  • My life is characterized by following this gent through the winding backstreets of foreign cities and I am entirely okay with that.
  • Non ho proprio voglia di andare a casa. I'm just going to stay here.😗🇮🇹
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  • After the last train leaves, Venice becomes a ghost town. It's creepy and wonderful and obviously haunted.
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  • Went to visit Mandova today, where a rich nobleman built a palace for his mistress. This room was where he took guests before the orgies. This revelation caught me by surprise, but Rand noted that there wasn't a lot else for rich people to do in the 16th century. It was mostly food and orgies.
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  • And then the cute little old couple walked into the scene and life felt like a movie.
  • I will never get over the fact that hundreds of years ago my ancestors built a city on water, and it is still here. Next time I doubt myself, I need to remember that anything is possible if you are willing to get your feet wet.
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  • Uh-oh. It appears he's gone Italian. Gonna be hard to drag this dapper gentleman back to the states.
  • Church floor tiles. Bergamo, Italy.
  • My beloved surprised me with a trip to Bar Luce, a cafe designed by Wes Anderson in a far corner of Milan. I am still reeling from the perfection of the place, from the pinball machines that only accept lira to the chocolate buttons on a perfect piece of cake, bearing the cafe's name. #Milan #barluce #wesanderson

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