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Meandering Through Mahdia…Day 3…Fetching our Luggage…Trains, Taxis & Louages

Before I go any further, there are a few things I’d like to mention… although I was filled with fear and trepidation before getting on that plane to Tunisia, it didn’t take long for me to feel very safe, comfortable … Continue reading

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Meandering Through Mahdia…Day 2…The Hotel

Our home for our three week stay in Mahdia was the Iberostar Royal El Mansour. (Since we were so well treated there, I decided to devote one whole episode of my blog to the hotel itself.) Since we were there … Continue reading

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Meandering Through Mahdia…Day 1

Let me start out by being very honest…it was never my idea to go to Tunisia. In fact, Tunisia has never been even remotely on my radar, bucket list or any list that I’ve ever made of places I’d like … Continue reading

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Berlin – Part 8 – Last Day – Paulinenaue

Throughout our week in Berlin, our home base was Kerstin and Janine’s home in Paulinenaue, a small municipality in Brandenburger, about 50 km from Berlin (as the crow flies). The quiet serenity in this pastoral setting was a welcome relief after the … Continue reading

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Berlin – Part 7 – Checkpoint Charlie , KaDeWe and Potato Soup

The next day was our fifth and last full day in Berlin. We had to take a flight back to Paris the following day and then onto our return flight to Canada on Thursday. So we left it up to Kerstin … Continue reading

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Berlin – Part 6 – Potsdam

It’s hard to believe that we’re just starting out on our 4th day in Berlin! By Monday, we had seen so much more than we had ever expected to see! And yet here we were, on the road to Potsdam for … Continue reading

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Berlin – Part 5 – Brandenburg, Underground and Into the Wyld

We dubbed the next day “the train day”, because we parked the car and then took the U-Bahn (underground train) everywhere we needed to go. It turned out to be much faster and easier to take the U-Bahn than to take … Continue reading

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