“This is what I want you to understand,” said Mateusz as he drew lines and dots on his crude map of Poland.
I have to confess, as I was getting toward the end of my visit to Berlin, I was starting to have doubts about having planned a four-week trip. I found myself getting worn out and worn down. And I was … Continued
It’s Sunday, April 14. I’m currently on a train from Berlin to Warsaw. We just departed, and the journey will be over six hours, so I have plenty of time to make up for not blogging during most of my … Continued
Monday, April 8, 4:00 pm Today is my last day in Dresden. I’m taking an afternoon break after a short (very short) day trip to Görlitz, a town on the Polish border I’d heard was worth visiting. I found that not … Continued
Okay, so I’ve been in Dresden since Thursday and haven’t written anything about it yet (except for my new shoes I bought here). But I will. Yesterday I went to Leipzig, so since that’s over and done, I’ll write about that first. … Continued
The best part of my day today was buying new shoes. Okay, that’s completely not true, except it kind of is. I only brought one pair of shoes on this trip, as I typically do when I travel. I don’t like packing … Continued
I spent a good portion of the day yesterday at the airport in Bergen. Since I had to check out of my apartment by noon, and my flight to Trondheim wasn’t until 15:45, and I didn’t want to haul my … Continued
One of the lessons that’s hard for me to learn when traveling is to pace myself. As one loyal blog reader pointed out, I may have set a record for museum visits, and yet all I can think about is … Continued