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One Last Visit - What Would You Want to See Again One Last Time?

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I'm feeling a little melancholy tonight, so it's my turn for one of these "list" posts.

Feel free to respond with non-European sights - I am fascinated with how we are all moved by different things.

If my ticket was soon to be punched, I would want to go back to two places for that final trip (I started the list so I get two). In no particular order;

ROZENHOEDKAAI (Quay of the Rosary) - Brugge, Belgium

- A smile always crosses my face and a calm drifts over me whenever look across it. At night it is indescribable. I do not stop and I do not pass Go when I hit Brugge - it's straight to the Kaai.

BAMBERG RATHAUS - Bamberg, Germany

- as viewed from the Geyerswoerthstrasse footbridge. Every trip to Bamberg begins with a walk across the bridge on the way to Schlenkerla. Then, back to the bridge. Sometimes you just need to get your cantilever on.

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