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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  • Provincetown in the Spring 1 month ago Spent a lovely Memorial weekend spring day in Provincetown  walking around, seeing the tide pools and took another look at the Pilgrim Museum.  A lovely update to my previous post on #PilgrimMuseum.Through the Door to the Top of the MonumentTide Pools of Provincetown
  • NYC: the MET, Central Park and Theater 2 months 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 2 months 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 7 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 7 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,...

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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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