May 5 – June 1, 2019
Take in the salty sea air of the Mediterranean while strolling down the lively tree-lined “ramblas” (pedestrian promenades) all over this gorgeous city.
Known for its art and architecture, culture lovers will not be disappointed. Neither will foodies. 🙂 And the city buzzes with great entrepreneurial energy as one of the most vibrant business capitals of Europe.
Of course, no trip to Barcelona would be complete without viewing the bizarre but strangely beautiful, Sagrada Familia Basilica, by famous architect, Antoni Gaudi. We might even be living in that very neighborhood!
PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC
September 1 – 28, 2019
Beautiful Prague, Czech Republic. How we love thee!
The historical capital of Bohemia, it is a cultural, historical and artistic hot-spot, with one of the most famous bridges in Europe, the Charles Bridge (where Pam got engaged!).
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Prague has the largest castle in the world. And it’s beautiful. You’ve just got to see it for yourself.
And if you like beer, this is your place. Prague locals consume more beer per capita than anywhere else in the world. If not beer, then perhaps the amazing hot chocolate!
November 17 – December 14, 2019
Sydney, Australia. Great food, great beaches, great atmosphere.
Home of the world-famous Sydney Opera House, which ended up costing AUD 102 million instead of the original estimate of AUD 7 million. We think you’ll agree, it was worth the extra spend!
We’ll enjoy the harbor, the green spaces, the multi-ethnic restaurants, Sydney’s spectacular clifftop coastal walks. Oh, and the Aussie accents! You might even want to extend your stay past our trip for the New Year’s Eve fireworks.