Robin's Great Adventure

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Robin's Great Adventure
My musings on travel and adventure for my new life as an ESL teacher in Central Europe
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  • NYC: the MET, Central Park and Theater 4 weeks ago I wanted to take a few days off before starting a new job, so NYC seemed to be the best place.  Nice train ride (even though the Amtrak express isn’t an express), and in four hours I was in the heart of midtown.I stayed at a not-so-nice hotel off 56th but it was close to the theaters and Central...
  • Toulouse-Lautrec Exhibit at Museum of Fine Arts Boston 1 month ago One of the best advantages of being a member of the MFA is the ability of seeing a new exhibition prior to the public. Last week I saw the new Toulouse-Lautrec and the Stars of Paris @mfaboston.Here is a sample of some of the posters, drawings and paintings.  Next week off to the Met...it's been a...
  • Chichester and Oxford - Cathedral Cities in England 6 months ago Once and a while I get the chance to travel for work. I'm fortunate enough to work with colleagues in both Chichester and Oxford.ChichesterAs I was walking through the what I termed a village, my colleague said Chichester is a city because any place that has a cathedral is a city. The city is...
  • London the City of Bridges 6 months ago Tower BridgeMany think London is filled with lovely gardens and parks, and it is, but from my short trip staying in the West part of the city all I could see are bridges. Within in about 30 minutes radius there are about 8 bridges across the Thames; Tower, London, Southwerk, Millennial, Blackfriar,...
  • Ride the Boston Rails Weekends for Only $10 9 months ago Visiting the North Shore from Boston is fun, interesting and picturesque, but can be pricey to stop off and on from Salem to Gloucester. However, as it turns out, not during the summer weekends. For only $10 I bought a pass whereby I can hop/on/hop/off the train all the way up the North Shore both...

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  • What did you say? Expat Culture Shock Last year I decided to take a sabbatical from my “living-to-work” life in the United States and change to a “work-to-live” life so I could travel in Europe. Teaching English as a second language seemed to be the best course to meet this...
  • Central Europe Christmas Markets Are Open! Expat Blog Awards 2013 Central Europe Christmas markets are here! If you haven’t seen the Christmas markets in Vienna, Bratislava or even in a little town like Piešťany, Slovakia you are really missing something.I’m sure the UK has wonderful markets as well, but we...

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