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As Published in The Wakulla News What comes to mind when you think of Russia? Is it cold war, drab green soldiers, and blocky uninspired Soviet era architecture? Not so, in St Petersburg. Immerse yourself in St Petersburg’s surprising European beauty and splendor.   Love exploring Europe’s great museums? Tour the Hermitage Museum, containing over 15 miles of galleries and nearly three million works of art. Considered by many to…

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Discover Exotic Thailand

Nothing conjures up more exotic images than the mention of Thailand with its distinctive landscapes, unusual temples, and unique food. From the air Thailand enchants with its many tiny islands, verdant green droplets, strung across the aquamarine sea. Although similar in some ways to our own local limestone geology, Thailand appears very different. Instead of sinkholes, much of the soft limestone has eroded away leaving giant karst outcroppings jutting skyward.…

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Conflans/Paris/Music at Sea concert

Guest Post By Mel & Karen Ray Up early to bid our riverboat & crew goodbye … set off on a panoramic tour of Paris’ most famous sights … Australia the finale being a walking tour of Musee d’Orsay to enjoy art pieces of the masters … priceless !! Checked into the Pullman Hotel … on the Left Bank close to the Luxembourg Gardens … very contemporary! Quickly off to…

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Guest Post By Mel & Karen Ray: Up early … breakfast … bus departure to Honfluer … small community renowned for its picturesque harbor (too small for our riverboat). The Village is especially known for its old pastel slate-fronted houses. The harbor and surrounding residences, cafes & bars have been painted by many artists, including Monet. Walking the streets … breathing the fresh harbor air (while dealing with the cold…

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Guest Post By Mel & Karen Ray As mentioned earlier, this was a BIG day … following the emotion filled, cold-windy-rainy visit to Normandy Beaches, we returned to AmaLegro … freshened up … back on a bus to ‘Espace du Moineau’ (a concert hall located in a Rouen church) for a classical piano concert by Brooks Aehron (London Concert pianist). When Brooks was just 10 years old, he was selected for…

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