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THE CRUISING LIFE – ELEVENTH CRUISE – PARIS

The end of the bus ride was our hotel in Paris. The Viking package included two post-cruise days which we opted to extend to four. Check-in at the hotel was like anything Viking does – […]

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FOOTSTEPS OF PAUL – PART TEN

Today is the last day of our trip. Tomorrow we endure a long flight home but today we will enjoy sightseeing with a Local Guide in Athens, the most important city in ancient Greece and […]

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FOOTSTEPS OF PAUL – PART NINE

After docking back at Pireaus, we continued to the ancient site of Corinth for a guided visit of the excavations where Apostle Paul worked for 18 months with tent makers Aquila and Priscilla. Here the […]

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FOOTSTEPS OF PAUL – PART EIGHT

Our next stop on the Footsteps of Paul Tour was a place Paul probably did not visit. We enjoyed it anyway! Santorini, one of the Cyclades islands in the Aegean Sea, was devastated by a […]

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FOOTSTEPS OF PAUL – PART SEVEN

This afternoon, on our Footsteps of Paul tour, we continued our cruise to Patmos, one of the Sporades. A small rugged island of the Icarian Sea, part of the Aegean. The scene of John’s banishment […]

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FOOTSTEPS OF PAUL – PART SIX

Today we docked in the Turkish port of Kusadasi. Once the ship was cleared by customs, we boarded a tour bus with a wonderful tour guide who called himself “Oz”. He had been born and […]

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FOOTSTEPS OF PAUL – PART FIVE

I hope you have enjoyed following the adventures of our intrepid band of 23 on our Footsteps of Paul trip. We certainly had a wonderful time. Today we left Athens early in the morning for […]

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FOOTSTEPS OF PAUL – PART FOUR

We stayed overnight at the Hotel Meteoritis which is within view of the Meteora Monasteries. Serene, spiritual, magical, mystical, extraordinary, breathtaking, immense, inspiring, impressive. These are only some of the words people very often use […]

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FOOTSTEPS OF PAUL – PART THREE

Our next stop was the site of the ancient city of Philippi, which caught me by surprise.  The site is not nearly as developed as some of the other sites we visited.  With the exception […]

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FOOTSTEPS OF PAUL – PART ONE

Our next cruise was only a part of an overall travel adventure and the entire trip deserves to be told. In May 2015, Liz and I joined a group of folks (mostly from Belin Memorial […]

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