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I'm lucky to attend a conference in Ireland every year—the first weekend in March. Afterwards, we (DH & me—60-ish men) add on some other European destination. We’ve been all over Ireland, England, and Norway. We loved our visits to Rome, Florence & Venice, Paris, Dubrovnik, Stockholm, and Amsterdam.

We enjoy walking through quaint areas, exploring old buildings (i.e., castles), museums, music, a bit of history… We love nature walks but due to the time of year we want someplace with lots of things to do indoors--in case we hit bad weather. Fine dining and wines are not our thing.

Where to next?? Somewhere in Germany? Barcelona? Vienna? Prague? Budapest?

It would be nice to go somewhere where we’ll get decent bang for our American bucks. But that won't be the main deciding factor.


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