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Storytelling
Quote of the Week
Money - Credit Cards and Debit Cards
Visiting Bruges, Belgium  



 
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Storytelling
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This week's quote of the week says that travelers become storytellers - I have become one.  I love telling stories about my travels, relating both the good (especially the people I've met) and the bad (missing a train, dealing with sickness). Not all of these stories have made it to the website yet, but they will.
In addition to telling stories, I love helping people with their travel plans; I love giving advice based on my own experience.
I am most excited about leading the tour to Paris. I will be able to share all I've learned and tell stories of past trips.  I will also be able to teach others what I know about the history of Paris and tell its stories.  
I am excited for the tour participants who will return with stories of their own. I'd love to have you join us so you, too, can share your stories with your friends and family.  If you have questions about the tour, please email me.  
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Quote of the Week - 15 July 2016

“Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.”
– Ibn Battuta

Are you familiar with the stories that relate to this picture from the King's Cross Station in London, England?

This Week's Post:

Money - Credit Cards and Debit Cards

Money is one of the biggest concerns when traveling internationally – do I bring cash? traveler’s checks?  credit or debit cards?  Do I need different currencies for different countries or will they take my American money?  Most importantly, how do I keep my money safe?

Dealing with money is actually not that difficult.  Let’s start with the basics.

Credit, Debit, Cash or Traveler’s Checks?

The best way to handle money in Europe or another international destination is to use...

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From the Archives:
Visiting Bruges, Belgium

Bruges, Belgium is an old city in the western part of the country.  It was once a thriving port city, but when the river silted up, the boats could no longer navigate it.  Although a new harbor was built during World War II, the city has remained relatively untouched since its medieval glory days.  Bruges’ city center has been named a UNESCO World Heritage City.

Bruges is visited by over two million people each year.  It is easy to spend a couple days in Bruges and still not see everything the small city has to offer.  I’ve been to Bruges a couple times and these are what I consider to be its highlights:

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