This enchanting Portuguese town, famous for its romantic Manueline architecture is worth the 35-minute train ride northwest of Lisbon.
Lisbon for New Year’s! We arrived in time for the Celebração de Ano Novo and to kick off our travels for another year.
A wedding, violin recital, choral concert, birthday celebration and the excitement of Christmas made December 2018 pass like a tornado.
A lasting memory of these two northeastern French cities may be the dozens of intricate shop signs, the majestic swans a-swimming and the amazing outdoor Christmas decorations.
There are written historical records from the early 13th century referring to Mulhouse but local stories and legends date back as far as the first century.
This delightful city in the Alsace region of France, similar to so many European cities, has an interesting and colorful history.
On Mittwuch, (Wednesday) a 35-minute train trip found us in Basel, the 3rd largest city located in northwest Switzerland where the Swiss, French and German borders meet. Pronounced Basel in English and German and Bâle in French, we found this dynamic city easy to navigate and a joy to explore.