Monthly Archives: May 2014

Sarajevo, Bosnia

After a long bus ride meandering through the lush forest and green hills of the Bosnian countryside we arrived in the capital city.  Sarajevo is known as the meeting point of cultures in the Balkans. With mosques, synagogues, and churches … Continue reading

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Budapest, Hungary

Budapest, wow, you took us by surprise and amazed us. We had a relaxing week taking our time with the sights and sounds this city had to offer. The Danube River splits this intriguing city in two the ‘Buda’ side … Continue reading

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Cairo, Egypt

Egypt was quite a trip witnessing yet another wonder of the world while riding camels but we were ready to leave when the time came. With political turmoil and a recent revolution in this country we put our family and … Continue reading

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Athens to Mt. Olympus

After our 1AM ferry with only a few hours of neck-wrecking sleep, we found our way to the Hotel Neo Olympus in Athens. The National Archeological Museum was our first stop as it is the most famous museum in the … Continue reading

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Santorini, Greece

Opa! Greetings from Greece! Our first week was spent on the miraculous island of Santorini and our hearts were broken when it was time to leave. Santorini is a crescent shaped island with steep caldera cliff side, traditional white Greek … Continue reading

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Pamukkale to Bodrum

Our last few days in Turkey we were on the go from Fethiye to Pamukkale, to visit Hierapolis, to Seluck to visit Ephesus and then to Bodrum. After countless kebabs, many glasses of salted yogurt and 18 days, we have … Continue reading

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