Whenever we visit a big city for the first time we like to climb aboard a sightseeing bus, preferably one of those open-air, double-decked affairs with a live guide. It’s a great way to get introduced to a new town: … Continue reading →
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We discovered years ago that the best way to see a city’s architectural sights is to hop aboard one of those hop on / hop off sightseeing buses, preferably one with an open-air, double-decker view. So one Sunday afternoon in … Continue reading →