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Europe, Local Haunts

Madrid Local Haunts | Vailima

By Barbara Franco Vailima is a beautiful tea room and is in a privileged area, in front of the Puerta de Alcalá and the Retiro, one of the most important and visited parks of the city. The Belle Epoque decoration, with checkerboard floors, wood furniture, toile du jour curtains, and white brick  ...

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Europe, Go Now

Luisenpark: Mannheim’s hidden oasis

By Kate Klassa // photos by Shannon Broderick The city of Mannheim, Germany may not have much to offer the tourist looking for beautiful old neighborhood blocks and romantic castles, but Luisenpark – the city’s largest park – provides a welcome chance to escape the Quadrate’s grey and grime.  ...

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Travelers

Travelers | Joanne Crawford

When one thinks of traveling through Europe, it usually includes interrailing, hostels, overnight buses, or the dreaded Ryanair. But photographer Joanne Crawford and her boyfriend recently embarked on an epic road trip, as they camped and drove their way through Europe, documenting their  ...

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Stories from the Road

Devinne | Traveling Wild

I come from a rather adventurous family. Hiking, biking, kayaking, camping and exploring, chances are that on any given weekend you can find a Zadravec out somewhere in the woods, getting lost and loving it. Some of my earliest memories are of camping trips: L.L. Bean sleeping bags squished  ...

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