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Teen madness in Greece

When I was 16 I went on a school trip to Greece. In preparation my friend Angela and I decided we should learn some Greek. We specially liked the phrase so agopo poly kukla nu, I love you vey much baby […]

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Teen madness in Greece

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When I was 16 I went on a school trip to Greece. In preparation my friend Angela and I decided we should learn some Greek. We specially liked the phrase so agopo poly kukla nu, I love you vey much baby […]

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Armistice Day at the Tower of London

Armistice Day was established to commemorate the end of World War I and to honor those who died in war. After World War II the name was changed to

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Daytripping in Middleburg, Virginia

I spent Sunday in Middleburg, Virginia, sightseeing and enjoying the scenery. It seemed to be a busy day in Middleburg as we weren’t able to get a reservation for

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Apartment life on the other side of the world

The city of Moscow had a centralized heating system and hot water came into the apartment in pipes from the heating plant closest to you. Every summer these plants

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Dining Georgian Style

U Pirosmani is a Georgian restaurant we liked to go to in Moscow. It was located across the street from the Novodevichi Convent. The convent was originally built in

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My Burma memories in photos

I was wandering around the National Gallery of Art the other day and stumbled across the exhibit “Captain Linnaeus Tripe: Photographer of India and Burma, 1852-1860." Since I was

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The Art of Bullfighting

Soon after moving to Mexico City my whole family went to our first bullfight. My mother describes it:“We had good seats on the sunny side quite near the ring

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Good-bye to the Corcoran

The Corcoran Gallery of Art was founded in 1869 by William Corcoran. Its main focus was American art and it housed 17,000 artworks. In recent years it has had

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Through the Andes to the Beach

I first wrote this story for a high school English class. My teacher, Mac Ross, was a great guy. He had been in the US Signal Corps in Thailand

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Weighing the risks of travel

People have been traveling the world for ages. I love reading about people in London who packed up their belongings including porcelain tea sets and took off to explore

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