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January 2010
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Spotted this Oberammergau vintage ashtray from CallMeOut on etsy! This year is when Oberammergau performs their Passion Play. Don’t you just love vintage pieces? They’ve got other interesting stuff, too. If you’re planning to include Oberammergau in your trip this year, there are still some tickets left. For more information, Check out my Oberammergau packages.
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By Vicki Landes Located in southern Germany not far from the Austrian border, Oberammergau is adorably charismatic and enchanting. Streets are lined with half-timbered houses whose flower boxes are exploding with brilliant red blooms. Many of the buildings are adorned with ‘lüftlmalerei’ – ornate fresco-like paintings on the outside walls, meant to display the residents’...
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By Tony Maniscalco Go walking in Greece on the beautiful island of Skopelos. The island was the setting for the hit musical ‘Mamma Mia’ and on a walking break you too can sing and dance your way around the island. Skopelos, located in the Sporades, is one of the best islands for walking in Greece....
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By Tony Maniscalco Walking in Italy doesn’t usually conjure up images of a peaceful city break sauntering around the sites of Rome, but there’s no reason why this shouldn’t be the case. The term ‘flaneuring’ was coined by Charles Baudelaire in 1917 and is defined as’ a person who walks a city in order to...
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By Daniel Lesser One of the great things about visiting Barcelona is the experience you will have exploring its excellent variety of fresh foods and fantastic deals on clothing and merchandise. Barcelona has great deals on a wide array of products available to the public and their many markets and shops. Therefore, it’s no wonder...
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