Category Archives: Travels

This New York Life

Many years ago I took a trip to Paris to visit my brother. When I was visiting the Louvre, I came across a school field-trip – about twenty 5- or 6-year-olds. There were doing a scavenger hunt, looking for objects … Continue reading

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Moving to the Financial District, Manhattan

It is interesting how quickly my concerns about moving to NYC melted away upon my arrival in the city. From start to finish, everything seemed to be reinforcing the fact that I am one of the most fortunate people on planet … Continue reading

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Moving to New York

I don’t recall ever having my sights set on the big apple. In high school I would dream about moving to Paris and, later, it was Russia (Petersburg). Then for quite a while, it wasn’t so much where I lived … Continue reading

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Jetlag

Over the past year or so I have noticed a significant decrease in the extent to which I suffer from jetlag. On my most recent arrival in Sweden (coming from the US), I seemed to have skipped the jetlag entirely … Continue reading

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What I want to be when I grow up: a senior gypsy

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Football weather, Swedish-style

It is a rainy, cool and gray day here in Växjö and the weekend is promising to be about the same. It is the kind of day that makes you want to wear wool socks and a sweater or comfy … Continue reading

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Hösten i Sverige

Back to Sweden. We’ve been here about 52 hours and have slept for approximately 26 of those. It’s nice to be back and see our friends. The kids wanted to go straight back to school our first day back (school … Continue reading

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