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  • Chernobyl Exclusion Zone: Pripyat – Amusement Park
  • Chernobyl Exclusion Zone: Pripyat – Amusement Park
  • Chernobyl Exclusion Zone: Pripyat – Amusement Park
  • Chernobyl Exclusion Zone: Pripyat – Amusement Park
  • Chernobyl Exclusion Zone: Pripyat – Amusement Park
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Chernobyl Exclusion Zone: Pripyat – Amusement Park

May 23, 2018 , 0 Comments

The most haunting of locations we came across during our visit was the Amusement Park. It was un-staged, sun bleached, and overgrown but there was no denying what it had once been. The day after the disaster they had opened the Amusement Park to keep residents of Pripyat distracted from the ongoing battle at Reactor…

Belgium, Brussels, Travels, Uncategorized

Weekend Trips: Brussels, Belgium

November 4, 2016 , 0 Comments

The EuroStar is a beautiful invention when it comes to convenient and hassle free travel to the continent. It has direct services to Paris, Calais, Lille and Brussels. I’ve become well acquainted with the London to Brussels line in particular over these past few years. Either when traveling to visit friends in Belgium, or in…

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London Walks: Seven Dials

July 13, 2016 , 0 Comments

Seven Dials refers to the neighborhood near Soho and Covent Garden where 7 streets converge. In the middle of the square there is a monument featuring 6 sun dials at the very top. This area was originally designed by Thomas Neale, who’s name appears on many of the buildings, and dates back to the 1690s….

Around London, London, Uncategorized

London Walks: Hyde Park

May 6, 2016 , 0 Comments

One of my resolutions this year is simply to get out and enjoy¬†more of London. I’m hoping to make this a weekly or bi-weekly feature and am catching up from the last two weeks.. but welcome to my new segment: London Walks This first walk was taken on the early May Bank Holiday weekend touring…

Belgium, France, Uncategorized

France & Belgium: Epic Road Trip (Paris to Brussels)

July 3, 2014 , 0 Comments

France & Belgium The greatest part about living in Europe is the ability to explore new places; and to have the draw of Europe to inspire friends to come traveling with you. And that is exactly what happened at the end of last summer. What I learned, before this trip even began, was that when…

England, London, Travels, Uncategorized

Night Time in London

July 17, 2012 , 2 Comments

The vibe of a city changes when the sun goes down and the streetlights come on. The experience of viewing a city at night is unique, extraordinary and inspiring. What you enjoyed viewing by day will certainly captivate you in the evening, bathed in shades of gray and gold within the shadows and illumination of…

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Country Naming Quiz

November 6, 2011 , 0 Comments

Some time ago a friend of mine linked me to this site where you can test your knowledge of world geography. As a travel addict I thought I would have it in the bag and put my knowledge to the test. It was a lot more difficult than my original cocky self realized but I…

England, London, Travels, Uncategorized

Routine & Tour de France

July 10, 2007 , 0 Comments

previously posted on Abroad in London It’s been a week now since I arrived. I thought about that as I boarded the tube this morning – the trip down to the Royal Exchange is already a routine. Last Tuesday I landed in this amazing city for the first time. It was an experience to be…