Monthly Archives: June 2014

Bergen Norway ~ Gateway to the Fiords

Sunday June 8th ~ Bergen, Norway Known as the “Gateway to the Fiords”, this is where we get our first taste of Norway. Founded by Vikings, everything here revolves around the ocean. With a similar climate to Seattle, Bergen gets … Continue reading

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Norway ~ Land of the Midnight Sun

Saturday June 7th ~ On board a cruise ship on our way to Norway I’m staring at the ceiling, wiping a stray tear that slipped out of the corner of my eye.  I set the book “Wild” aside.  I picked … Continue reading

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Prague ~ 12 Reasons why I love her

Tuesday June 3rd ~ Prague, Czech Republic I’ve known Mike since high school and a few years ago we reconnected through the magic of Facebook.  He graciously volunteered his skills to help out a charity that is near and dear to … Continue reading

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Prague ~ Charles Bridge aka Karluv Most

Sunday June 1st ~ Prague, Czech Republic It was time to get out and do some more walking.  Heading in the direction of the river, we wandered aimlessly.  I knew I wanted to walk across Charles Bridge.  A Gothic masterpiece and … Continue reading

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Call it Prague or Praha, but call it beautiful

Saturday May 31st ~ Prague, Czech Republic Most of my generation will remember the country Czechoslovakia.  As a sovereign state, it existed in Central Europe from 1918 until it peaceably split into the two countries of Slovakia and the Czech … Continue reading

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