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OLD SHOPS, NEXT TO CONCORDE PARIZ: A weekend in Prague, sleeping just a few steps away from a royal residence

Welcome, Lena, in Meeting Benches. Your mail comes from a Central European city, Prague, none of our friends offered us contributors. Thank you, really thank you for having told the story of the small and large city with two clocks, one where old Slovakian men with wide hats no longer turn – from house to house – to collect scrap …

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A WEEKEND LOW IMPERIAL: Looking for special items, including craft shops and beautiful Moorish villas

Meeting Benches hosts an Italian contribution, that of Mario. As he says of himself, “I am a Roman of Rome,” we welcome his invitation to visit his city, knowing that – even if the weekend is short – the size of the place suggests a return. We are still waiting, Mario, in info@meetingbenches.com   Museums and galleries, the Colosseum and …

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MARRAKECH, IN THE SUK: Looking for special items, including craft shops and beautiful Moorish villas

This is a first time for both of us for the preparation of the Meeting Benches (because our “contributor” host the first African travel tip), but also to Ben, who tells us about his city – Marrakech – providing useful guidelines and recommendations not found in a normal tour guide. We are waiting again, Ben, in info@meetingbenches.com     Hello, …

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VIENNA, SHOPPING AND ART: In the magical atmosphere leading up to Christmas, bakeries and move between markets, not to mention must-see art shows

We should call it “Christmas Litz” because the article in this Viennese girl is so personal and full of emotion away – in the history of the life of a human being born in Austria – as to appear, at first reading, as a “diary of intimate and personal. “Not so. If you, as well as the editorial staff of …

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A STRANGE CHRISTMAS: Without snow, and even the shadow of a fir tree, but garlands of olive, where I am writing to you my best wishes in French

Marie Magdeleine, has a special gift, to be born in Provence, not far from Aix. By the end of this year, she sent to the editors of Meeting Benches the warmth of the sea, along with the colors of her beautiful land. Sure, they are only words, a dream made ​​up of phrases, but also for places and atmospheres, addresses …

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FROM ZERO TO ONE HUNDRED YEARS: An extraordinary Amsterdam, not on an ocean liner, but inside the wonder of NewMetropolis

What is special, the proposed trip by one of our Dutch friend, is the place where he would like to accompany friends MeetingBenches. Peter Nicolaas, has chosen a destination for all of us unusual and intriguing, a museum is not a museum for children, and for those who feel that. We are still waiting, Peter Nicolaas, in info@meetingbenches.com He has …

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HOW TO DUST OF CHAMPAGNE: Vail and Aspen, between the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, where snow is unique in the world

On our benches, today we host a mountaineer of Colorado. Dean (although he was not born in the Rocky Mountains), we proposed a highly original portrait of Vail and Aspen, but within the reach of ordinary people. What is special, is the series of small details that can make any great travel experience. He, too, we say “thank you for …

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PORTO, NOT ONLY THE WINE: The gardens of Barrancos and the windows of Gomez, the square of Barcelos and the slow slumber of the river water that does not know his age

From a girl from Porto, we expected to hear about wine, but in his article, no trace – or most – of what the British (and not only them), love for centuries. Thank you, Felipa. We wait for you where you know, in info@meetingbenches.com My name is Filipa, I’m Portuguese and I want to tell you about my city, Porto. …

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MARBLE & WOOD, ISTANBUL & CONSTANTINOPLE: Taste of Asia and scent of Europe, including cafes and markets doze, suspended in time

http://www.goturkey.com/enThis time, it’s a turkish friend, Durul, what comes to write qualchecosa special, for friends readers Meeting Benches. Leaving absolutely intact its contribution in opening title – something difficult, talking about a city with over two millennia of history – a few words trying to synthesize the impossible. We wait for you where you know, in info@meetingbenches.com Hello. My name …

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ONE STEP FROM AUSTRIA: Taste of the Pusteria Valley, where time stands still

Dearest Caroline, we must confess to know Cortina d’Ampezzo, but not your valley. We are sure that you will forgive our ignorance of this, and we are confident that the readers of Meetings Benches appreciate your feedback. Leaving absolutely unaltered your editorial contribution, we just condense in the title of the opening direction of your written contribution. We wait for …

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