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Miklósvár is quaint, quiet, and surrounded by Transylvanian forests and fields. The food is hearty, the people are warm, and their way of life puts family and friends above most everything else.
Olney is a town with a rich history including; lace-making, a Pancake race dating back to 1445 as well as being home to John Newton
Newton was a slave abolitionist and wrote many hymns including "Amazing Grace". He is even featured in the Gospel Music Hall of fame.
Founded in 1630, Boston is a focal point of US history. Each year we welcome sports and music fans, artists and history buffs. A unique city that deserves recognition for all it has to offer. Come visit! Enjoy a Fenway Frank, ride on a Swan Boat, and stroll through The Commons.
If you wanna get a good impression of the historical city of Lisbon take Electrico 28, it is a vintage yellow tram that goes through all over the city center, navigating along winding and very narrow streets to town up at sea level.
I trekked this circuit last year and was blown away by all the different views I encountered. I especially liked the hand painted trucks that belched out clouds of smoke as they weaved amongst the goats and struggled up the Himalayan roads.
Some of my favorites places to do, to see and to taste. Start at the windmills in Zuid Holland (since 1740), Tulips (since 1593), Lakenvelder cow (since 12th century), and go on until you end at the ice cream store Talimini in Zutphen (now).