Travels

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Here’s an easy place to find links to various travel blogs on this site. Enjoy!

Easter in Rome 2018

In China with Aga-Boom March 2018

Aga-Boom in Tenerife October 2017

2017 Summer Holidays to the US and Disneyland Paris

In Kuwait with Aga-Boom Feb-March 2017

In Lisbon with Aga-Boom December 2016

A Day trip to London in March 2016

I took a solo trip to Belgium in January of 2016

Visiting the US in June and July 2015

A quick tour of northern Italy in January 2015

A selection of various one-day trips with Monika

The Wolf’s Lair in May of 2015

A day trip to Riga in December of 2014

London in September 2014 for WorldCon and then some

The stones of Anykščiai in August 2014

Disneyland Paris in April 2014

Overnight to Tallinn in December of 2013

Scotland, the UK, and Ireland – Birthday trip 2013 with Jennifer

Barcelona in January 2012

Backpacking across Eastern Europe Summer 2008

Road trip to Alaska in May/June 2007

Florida with the family in 2001

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