Athens, home of the gods

Written by Linton Hutchinson The most significant ruins you’ll love to hate in all of Athens is the  almighty Acropolis. The iconic representation of all that was good in Greece that propelled civilization to its zenith stands out as an ever present beacon presiding over all of Athens. The Parthenon kisses the sky as it […]

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The Colosseum

Written by Linton Hutchinson So think about it for a little while. Who were these ancient Roman people? What were they thinking to have come up the idea to build a Colosseum? Were they perchance sitting around a conference table on a hot summer’s day having a conversation that went something like this? “You know […]

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From cat’s cradle to grave

Written by Linton Hutchinson Ever wonder what it would be like to spend the day in a crypt? Or chase homeless kittens around an architectural ruins over 2500 years old? Well, if you’re game for either of these activities, consider making Rome your next holiday get away. It started out as your typical day in […]

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Dinner in a night club

We arrived in Rome around 8 or 9 in the evening and ran into my father in the hotel lobby. After getting squared away with our hotel room we began to discuss dinner options. Linton already had it all figured out, with a 10% off coupon to a nearby restaurant. So out the door we […]

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Driving home

Written by Wesley Klehm Our actual final day was uneventful.  We went over a big bridge and then stopped in to see Lille’s city center. Sterling bought some plants and we saw a clock.  We continued on and again passed by Ghent.  We arrived back in Breda, and after a wrong turn, a near miss by a […]

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