The best King George slaying the dragon statue is in Stockholm. Some flea market items aren’t worth asking about. I read about the great art in the Stockholm metro system…I must have been in the wrong metro stops. Watch out for arrows to the crotch, pole dancing might happen on this metro car, no smoking, … More 10 Things I learned in Stockholm
There is something perfect about Prague. I cannot put my finger on it. I don’t mean that the city is perfect, because it isn’t, but there is something about the city that is just right. When we arrived in Prague we had visited seven pretty interesting cities but each of the cities had their flaws: … More Goldilocks in Prague
If Whistler were a man he would look younger than his years, have hidden scars of past relationships and injuries buried deep beneath his North Face jacket, and either be the greatest guy you ever met or a completely self-centered jerk. Before opening yourself to Whistler you should ask a few of your friends if he … More Whistler, BC: Is this love?
I remember sitting in a college class ( Nonviolent Defense and Conflict Resolution) listening to a guest speaker talk about life as a submarine commander. This was a few years ago, but here is what I remember from his lecture, “You can travel the world and see amazing things, or you can find out that a bar in … More Oh, Canada: Where’d all the drunks go?
I listen to a Canadian radio station*, but I have discovered something, the radio station I listen to is like Radio America. It broadcasts into my country to make me believe that Canada is a wonderland of musical taste and hipness, it isn’t. This radio station is the Siren Song leading travelers to believe that wherever … More A Guide To Canadian Radio
If I could sum up Canadians in one word it would not be polite, it would be sneaky. That’s right, I wrote it: sneaky. I don’t mean sneaky like China trying to sell toys painted with a combination of poison and lead, but sneaky like having a toll bridge with no toll booth. I know, … More Those Sneaky Canadians