Monthly Archives: August 2012

Belarus wasn’t on the list

Belarus was never on the list of places to go, but I have relatives here that I hadn’t seen in a long time, I had to go back to Kiev which isn’t too far, my grandmother from Israel is visiting her … Continue reading

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Today was a tough day.

It was a tough day today in Copenhagen. Sun was shining, people were out and about, bikers riding down alleys and the Danes laid out to tan and congregate in massive droves on the bright green lawns around the city. … Continue reading

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Berlin Reborn

At the “100 Beers” bar a few blocks from my hostel, the bartender poured me a Berliner with foam as light and fluffy as whipcream.  The first taste made me think that perhaps what JFK must have intended to say when … Continue reading

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Cracow, a Jewish Museum

Old Synagogue and your cart. Main Temple Streets of Krakow are a Jewish Museum and markets are gift shops. You can see their synagogues, for five zloten. You can go and be amused by their funny letters on old buildings. … Continue reading

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