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PAX, LUX ET VERITAS SINCE 1965
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Created by John Eipper on 08/26/10 5:02 AM

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My Favorite World Cities: Runners-Up ... (Tor Guimaraes, USA, 03/29/21 3:18 am) Regarding Cameron Sawyer's widely held notion that Venice's "magic is most in evidence in the dead of winter, rather than in the bustling summer, when the canals stink," I cannot con ...
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Favorite World City: Another Vote ... (Harry Papasotiriou, Greece, 03/30/21 3:51 am) My favourite city is New York. It began as New Amsterdam, a company town of the Dutch East In ...
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Favorite World Cities: My Vote ... (Helen Pitlick, USA, 03/30/21 3:26 am) I certainly haven't traveled as extensively or in-depth as other WAISers, but loved Berlin when ...
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My Favorite World City ... (Enrique Torner, USA, 03/29/21 2:55 am) Our dear and ever-curious editor had the great idea of asking world-traveler WAISers what their favorite city is, so, despite my limited traveling experiences in comparison to my WAIS colleagues, I th ...
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My Favorite World City... ... (Timothy Ashby, -Spain, 03/28/21 4:14 am) JE responded to Tor Guimaraes: "Your paean to Venice... inspires a question for the WAISitudes: what is your favorite world city, and why?" Put me in the biased column, but Palma de ...
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Venice is Better in the Winter ... (Cameron Sawyer, Russia, 03/28/21 3:53 am) John E assured us that Venice will be around "at least another 1600 years." That is, if it doesn't sink beneath the waves beforehand. I first visited Venice as a little ...
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Jumping in a Venice Canal ... (Roy Domenico, USA, 03/29/21 3:35 am) Regarding the water in Venice, I frankly never have had a problem with it. I think it's more of ...
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Venice Brings Tears to My Eyes ... (Tor Guimaraes, USA, 03/27/21 11:28 am) Portugal is my favorite country, but Venice is my favorite city in the whole world. So all this talk about Venice makes me "homesick." To me Venice is extremely emotional and I take fu ...
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My Favorite World Cities: Runners-Up ... (Tor Guimaraes, USA, 03/29/21 3:18 am) Regarding Cameron Sawyer's widely held notion that Venice's "magic is most in evidence ...
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My Favorite World City ... (Enrique Torner, USA, 03/29/21 2:55 am) Our dear and ever-curious editor had the great idea of asking world-traveler WAISers what their favo ...
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My Favorite World City... ... (Timothy Ashby, -Spain, 03/28/21 4:14 am) JE responded to Tor Guimaraes: "Your paean to Venice... inspires a question for the WAISitudes ...
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Why Did I Walk to the Panama Canal? Gary Moore Reflects ... (John Eipper, USA, 03/27/21 6:54 am) Gary Moore writes: John E asks the "obvious question" about the adventure that I periodically mention: the ten-month foot-journey that I made (no hitchhiking ...
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"Because It's There": Hillary or Mallory? ... (David Duggan, USA, 03/28/21 7:04 am) Actually I believe the "Because it's there" quote belongs to another Everest climber, ...
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Amblin' on the Pan-American Highway: Gary Moore ... (John Eipper, USA, 03/25/21 3:27 am) Gary Moore writes: Richard Hancock (March 24) opens an evocative memory trove on the old Pan-American Highway down through Mexico and Central America. I barely missed the o ...
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Why Did I Walk to the Panama Canal? Gary Moore Re ... (John Eipper, USA, 03/27/21 6:54 am) Gary Moore writes: John E asks the "obvious question" abo ...
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Ramblin' on the Pan-American Highway, 1964 ... (Richard Hancock, USA, 03/24/21 3:05 am) To answer John E's question, the car that we used to return to the US from El Salvador was a Nash Rambler. We purchased a luggage rack on which we placed as much of our household goods as we coul ...
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What Happened to Chila, Our Salvadoran Nanny? ... (Richard Hancock, USA, 03/25/21 4:00 am) John E asked about our Salvadoran criada, Chila, who accompanied us on our 1964 drive from ...
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Amblin' on the Pan-American Highway: Gary Moore ... (John Eipper, USA, 03/25/21 3:27 am) Gary Moore writes: Richard Hancock (March 24) opens an evocative memory trove on the ...
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Driving (Most) of the Pan-American Highway ... (Richard Hancock, USA, 03/23/21 3:45 am) The Oklahoman has an article today about President Biden's decision to let children, waiting in Mexico, to legally enter the US. Both Republicans and Democrats have strongly criticized t ...
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Ramblin' on the Pan-American Highway, 1964 ... (Richard Hancock, USA, 03/24/21 3:05 am) To answer John E's question, the car that we used to return to the US from El Salvador was a Nas ...
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