Leaving Warsaw

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Leaving WarsawAs I walk the streets of Warsaw today, it’s easy to recognize a Poland disparate from the one where my grandparents had grown up; where my grandparents had watched their families get shipped to Treblinka, wither beside barbed wire fencing, and get gunned down before them. Read more

Drinking Wine in Washington with Kids

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Drinking Wine in Washington with KidsWine does not pair well with children. Most parents can’t stock their wine racks, as they stand dangerously at toddler height, and Mommy’s nighttime wine consumption is often less about pleasure than serving as a counterbalance against the daytime’s whine.

 

But Washington state, one of the world’s top wine destinations, with its nearly one thousand wineries, has a few that tipplers can tour with their toddlers. Most are found in Washington’s two great wine regions: Walla Walla in the east, and Woodinville, just a half hour from Seattle.

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Bad Jokes Told By Americans in Germany

Posted on by Noah Lederman in Lost In Translation, Or Bust | 2 Comments

When all of…

 

 

You will all…

 

 

That’s all, folks. I’m outta here. Thanks for reading. Come back, ya hear.

 

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Traveling Salzburg Again – A Case Study

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Traveling Salzburg

To return to a beloved city can be disappointing. Prague’s crowds have grown so large that even pickpockets have trouble making a clean break. Melbourne feels like it’s trying to become a second Sydney, instead of that grittier grid dotted with delicious eats. And Salzburg, the city that my wife and I had romanticized after our visit seven years earlier, seems to have promoted Mozart to such an extent that the whole place feels as charmless as Graceland.

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The Wineries of Vienna and Drinking at the Heuriger

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Wineries of Vienna and Dining at the HeurigerThe first time that I had traveled to Austria was 2010 and my plan was to visit the wineries of Vienna. My then-girlfriend, now-wife, and I took the subway to the end of the U4 line, Heligenstadt, hopped on the 38A bus that journeyed uphill, and then disembarked at Armbrustergasse, where the road split. For the vineyards, we were told that we had to continue from there on foot. Read more

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