Prague, Czech Republic

Traveling To Europe Next Week & I Need Your Help!

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Prague, Czech Republic
For those of you who have been following this blog for a while, you’re probably well aware of how poor of a planner I truly am. My plans are constantly changing, even at the last minute when there appears to be absolutely no chance at all that my plans could possibly change. Well, they do change. And they do change often. Such is the life of a permanent nomad.

About one month ago, I actually wrote a post called “Choosing My Next Travel Destination” in which I asked all of you, the phenomenal readers without whom this site would never exist, for advice on where I should travel to next. The response was simply awesome, with over 100 comments and emails full of interesting suggestions that included places as diverse as the Philippines, Colombia, Romania, Latvia, Georgia, India, Japan, the US and even Antarctica.

And the number one suggestion, by far, was the grand continent of Africa. Readers left such positive comments, not only describing their own travel experiences, but also explaining why Africa would be such a good match for me.

I must admit that every time I read one of those comments recommending that I pack my backpack and head off to Africa, the excitement grew exponentially!

That’s why, in one week from now, I’m heading to Europe.

I know, it sounds ridiculous, but let me explain what’s going on before you throw your tomatoes at me and boo me out of the room.

IT’S TIME FOR SOME TRAIN TRAVEL

Recently, I was contacted by Eurail.com, the company that offers the popular Eurail Passes that allow travelers to easily use the extensive train system in Europe. The reason they contacted me was to offer a 15-day Eurail Pass that I could use over a period of two months, not just to travel around Europe, but to also experience first-hand the benefits of using such a pass, something that I have never used on any of my previous visits to Europe.

Parthenon, Athens, Greece

So naturally, I was intrigued.

However, before accepting the deal, I asked Eurail if they would kindly agree to one condition that I really felt was necessary…

I told them that I wanted my readers to choose the destinations I would visit. There simply was no way I could accept such a trip as this one without all of you being able to participate as much as possible.

And they instantly agreed!

So, now it’s go time and I really need your kind assistance…

Basically, as of this very minute, I have zero plans for this trip. The itinerary I end up creating will be based solely on your recommendations and suggestions. And those recommendations and suggestions can be ANYTHING.

Feel free to suggest countries, cities, towns, villages, specific sights, restaurants, bars, goat farms, antique shops, parks, bakeries (please, someone recommend a good bakery!), festivals, canoeing clubs, psychics and/or haunted cabins by a lake.

Heck, I’d love to meet any specific people you can put me in touch with as well!

Anything and everything goes.

Of course, the only catch is that I need to travel to countries that are included in my Eurail Global Pass. Luckily, there’s 22 of them, so it shouldn’t be much of an issue. These countries are:

Austria (including Liechtenstein), Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland

And just for general information, the countries on that list that I have not yet visited are Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, Liechtenstein, Romania and Slovenia.

So when am I leaving exactly?

Well, the plan is to fly out to Europe on the 25th, in just six days from now. As a result, on Thursday, September 22nd, I shall compile all of the suggestions and create my itinerary, trying to cover as many of your ideas as possible. And a few days later, I shall take off and begin the adventure…crazy, I know.

WHAT HAPPENED TO AFRICA?

Valid question indeed. And for those of you ready to toss those tomatoes at my head for not traveling to Africa right now…hold on! My plan is to finally make it to Africa in December.

Of course, now that you know me, you probably won’t be surprised if I end up in the Solomon Islands or Bolivia instead, but as of right now, I shall be traveling over to Africa at the end of the year. And I have all of you to thank for leaving such compelling comments the last time around that convinced me that I need to visit that continent soon.

But of course, that’s still a few months away. Now it’s time for Europe.

So I hope you’ll take a moment to offer your thoughts, recommendations and suggestions for my upcoming trip…

Any ideas?

(I thank you ever so much in advance!)

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Comments 85

  1. Kaspars

    Hi, Earl, Scandinavia is worth visiting, you should try Finnish sauna 🙂

    Pitty that Latvia isn’t in Eurorail pass but Riga is just a short flight away from Stockholm, Helsinki or other cities. So if you decide to visit Baltic countries after all, you’re more than welcome to Latvia, let me know if you’re coming to Riga 🙂

    Good luck!

    1. Earl

      Hey Kaspars – I agree, it is a shame that Latvia is not on the list as I would love to get up there, along with Estonia! And a Finnish sauna sounds perfect, although I probably would never want to leave the sauna because I can’t stand the cold weather at all 🙂

      I am starting to work on my itinerary today so once it’s finished, I’ll post it here. And if I do make it to Latvia it would be great to meet up with you!

  2. Jeremy Fischer

    Hey Earl,

    I would suggest two small towns that are a couple of my favorite places.

    LaGuardia in northern Spain is amazing little walled town on a hill overlooking a valley in the Rioja region. It is amazing there.

    Czesky Krumlov in the Czech is definitely a backpacker/tourist town but it is supercool. People go there for a day and stay fora month. And it is in an “s”bend of the River Voltava so you walk over three bridges all over the same river.

    Have fun!

    1. Earl

      Hey Jeremy – Well, Cesky Krumlov happens to be one of my favorite European destinations as well. When I had a Czech girlfriend a few years back I spent a good amount of time in Czech Republic and I simply couldn’t get enough of Cesky Krumlov. I even went there during the middle of winter once just to have it all to myself, without many other tourists around. I could spend a year there easily!

  3. Sam

    Looks like Berlin and Slovenia are getting a lot of votes, which I would definitely second. So to connect them, you might as well pass through Cezch Republic and Austria right? And I happen to be in Linz (a city between Salzburg and Vienna) for the next few months, so let’s meet up if you can swing through. It might be a bit colder than you’re used to in central Europe this time of year, though. Hope you’re prepared, and looking forward to seeing you again, if possible.

  4. Johan

    I’ll be in Stockholm, Sweden! I’ll show you around, could possibly give you a place to stay out on the gorgeous Swedish country side. We’ll kick some cow ass.

    Seriously. Stockholm. Sweden.

  5. Rafael

    Truth be told, I can’t really recommend my home city Madrid over others throughout Europe, but do get in touch if you happen to drop by the capital!

  6. Miranda

    Austria (including Liechtenstein), Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland

    And just for general information, the countries on that list that I have not yet visited are Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, Liechtenstein, Romania and Slovenia.

    Hey there – last spring I ended up going to Liechtenstein, Finland, and Slovenia among your ‘non-visited countries’. I’ve been to Finland a few times and I personally love it – but what I love most about it comes from my wonderful friends there and having experiences with real Finnish people – I mean sauna is just so much nicer at someone’s summer cottage. So while I recommend Finland – a lot – I think if I had to pick I would recommend Liechtenstein and Slovenia more highly for a trip like this.

    Liechtenstein is so small but the area around is so gorgeous, so you can never get too sick of the trip there. 🙂 And as small as it is, it’s kind of nice to be able to explore a place so thoroughly, especially when it has mountains and castles and cool covered bridges to offer!

    Slovenia was a surprise favorite for me. Bled and Bohinj rank in the most beautiful places I’ve been in my life (right up with Norwegian Fjords and Lago di Garda in Italy… I guess you can tell what kind of landscape I like!) There’s also a car-train you can drive a car onto (!!) and the big mountain Triglav, the beautiful bright blue source of the river Soca… etc. Besides that, the country is just fascinating in other ways since its at an interesting cultural crossroads.

    I stayed in Radovlica, not far from Bled, and its the center of honey production in Slovenia – a big deal apparently. There’s a bee museum where you can see a really large collection of bee-hive covers (yeah, whatever, but seriously they paint them in a special way and its an art form unique to Slovenia) and see the special species of Slovenian bee that are brown and grey and quite nice. The honey is also very very good, I ended up buying quite a lot of it along with honey schnapps for friends and family back home.

    Also the Postojna cave is enormous, and nearby you can go to Predjama castle, which is built into a cave, and tour both the castle and the cave. Ljubljana was not the highlight of the country for me, but worth a walk around and probably a great place to sleep while you’re in Slovenia doing the other things as day-trips.

    Finally I’m sure there’s a lot of great stuff to see in Spain that you haven’t overdone yet. 🙂 I stayed half a year in the north of Spain, in Pamplona, and thats still my favorite city in the world. The state it’s in, Navarra, just has a huge diversity of landscapes and cultures for such a tiny state – Pyrenees rising in the east, badlands in the south, Basque landscapes and witch caves in the east and north. The Camino de Santiago also enters Spain there. I also loved Galicia, the Basque Country, and the Pyrenees.

    I’m jealous of your Eurrail deal. 🙂

  7. Lindsay

    If you have a freebie pass to Romania and you don’t hit up Bran Castle, I’m unfollowing your blog lol (j/k!)

    About 8mi off the west coast of Ireland is an island called Skellig Michael. It’s a 600 step climb to the top where there’s an abandoned monastic settlement. You’d have to rent a boat/capt to get there, but I hear it’s beautiful, and not a lot of people go there (something like 300 people/day in the “peak” tourism months). It’s one of the places I dream of seeing someday 🙂

    1. Earl

      Hey Lindsay – Alright, alright, Bran Castle is now at the top of the list!! 🙂

      And that island off the coast of Ireland sounds unreal. I’m not sure I’ll be able to get there due to the logistics of my train pass but either way, that place is now on my list of destinations I need to visit at some point!

  8. Lou

    I second the lazy travelers – Dingle & Galway are possibly the two best places in Ireland (and Dublin of course!) but Dingle doesn’t have a train link. You can get the bus (about 1.5h) from Killarney.

  9. James Clark

    Yay! wanderingearl + eurail – what a great partnership! So many choices in all of Europe. Just looking at the Eurail map is so much fun.

    This is what I would do. If you are not already booked for a flight, get the cheapest flight out to Europe using http://www.kayak.com/buzz . From there I would have to include all the countries you haven’t been to.

    And dear readers, remember that Earl is now completely tropified, so don’t send him to Scandinavia in November. Start in the north and work your way down (plus you’ll be closer to Africa that way).

  10. Royce Fullerton

    Hi Earl,

    I’ve been following you for awhile. I’m moving to Sibiu, Romania (in Transylvania) next week. You’re more than welcome to crash if you are in the area.

    Cheers,
    Royce

    1. Earl

      I appreciate that Royce! I’m quite sure that Romania is going to make the final list so there is a good chance I’ll be in Sibiu. And being able to crash for a night would be excellent!

        1. Earl

          Thanks for that Royce! I’d definitely be interested in crashing or meeting up and as soon as I figure out when I’ll be in your ‘neighborhood’, I shall let you know.

  11. Nic Freeman

    Hey Earl,
    What a wonderful opportunity! Last year I took a train from Berlin to Prague, then Prague to Zagreb, Croatia via Austria and Slovenia. Highly recommended! The scenery through the Alps is breathtaking as the train curves along around mountain sides, past cliff-top castles and above silver brooks. I also met some really interesting people on the train along the way – locals going for holidays were common and had some great tips. I wish I had spent some time in Slovenia (it’s on the list for next time) and Zagreb, a city of cafes. Here’s a link to a couple of posts I did about the train trips in particular, but I covered the whole trip if you’d like a bit more of an overview. Just send me an email if you have any questions. Cheers, Nic
    http://nicfreeman.com/tag/train/

    1. Earl

      Thank you for your input Nic! And it’s great to read your posts as well about your own train journey in the region. I really do like that route that you followed, especially with the scenery and cities covered. Once I have my plan mapped out if I have any questions I shall be in touch….thanks again!

  12. DJ

    Earl, since I’m in Belgium (Antwerp), if you pass by I’ll give you a tour around the cities in Flanders 😉 (Ghent, Antwerp, Bruge)

    Just contact me by mail (you should be able to see it in your wordpress dashboard)

    Good luck!

  13. Lotte Sorensen

    Hey Earl,

    I definetely recommend Eastern Europe: beautiful nature, interesting history and super nice people. And if you decide to come to Denmark, I’ll be happy to show you around 🙂

    Lotte

  14. Mark

    Went to Slovenia a couple of months ago. Liked the Bohinj area (Bled, the lake, the nature, the mountains, the atmosphere) very much. And Ljubljana is a must visit. Such a relaxed city! To me the whole city has a atmosphere which is comparable to a nice hostel 🙂

    1. Mark

      Oh and you haven’t visited Belgium; the cities Gent and Bruges are defenatly worth a visit. Brussels and Antwerp are nice too. For nature i can recommend the Ardennes region!

  15. Talkingtostones

    Of the countries you haven’t been to, I can heartily recommend Liechtenstein and Finland. It’s still a great time of year to go to Finland now, while there is still some sun. Helsinki is a really great city, but also strongly recommend getting out into the countryside — it’s the land of 10,000 lakes. Rovaniemi is also high on the list — interact with reindeer, as well. It’s a stunning country and we found very friendly people. Sauna, of course, is not to be missed, and highly recommend you try Karelian piirakka, pulla, and oululimpuu (traditional Finnish rice cakes, sweet bread, and dark bread) — our family anscestry is Finnish and we’ve grown up on these; even better to taste them there.

    Liechtenstein is basically one side of a mountain, from which you can look down into a valley and across the border into Switzerland. We started at one end and traveled the main road to the other end, veering off on random side streets that attracted us, exploring little towns with historical and attractive buildings and squares, stopping at roadside shrines and monuments, winding our way up to the heights, laughing at the calves that tried to race us (penned in between curves in the road), and finally staying in a small hotel we came across that overlooked the valley. It was beautiful and fun.

  16. Liv

    Earl get yourself to Turkey! Not only is Turkey an amazing country overflowing with culture and yummy treats, it is also the warmest place in Europe at the end of the summer! You can arrive in Istanbul by train from other countries in Europe, but if you want to explore anywhere else in Turkey you’re probably best off looking for a bus.
    Email me if you want more info – I lived there for years!

    1. Earl

      Hey Liv – Thank you for the suggestion! I actually did visit Turkey last year, although it wasn’t for a very long period of time. I do need to use the Eurail Pass which doesn’t include Turkey, however, if I finish the trip in Bulgaria, I just may cross back in Turkey to explore some of the regions I missed the last time around.

  17. Kelsey

    I was in Spain 2 years ago and spent time with a family in Almeria, Spain. It was a wonderful and exciting place. So wonderful I got the symbol of the city as a tattoo. Also, a town just a few minutes away, Aguadulce is beautiful. I ate lunch in one of thier ‘suberbs’ set into the high hill tops that overlooked the ocean. It was amazing!

  18. Staci K.

    Slovenia is definitely an awesome place. Especially Ljubljana. Maybe I’m a bit biased with Ljubljana, but the Metelkova is amazing. Do take tons of pictures, and it’s close to the train/bus station and the shopping area.

    Other places I recommend are Germany, Austria, Italy, and Croatia. Awesome places. Sucks that Serbia wasn’t included in the countries list though. Loved it there.

    1. Earl

      Hey Colleen – It does look like I’ll be in South Africa at some point during those months, so it would be excellent if we could connect and meet up! Let’s keep in touch and as the time gets closer hopefully we can make some plans…

  19. Sharon Miro

    Take the train frtom Zurich to Milan–beautiful trip–and then from Florence to Assisi…There is a tiny train that goes from Udine to Cividale in Italy that’s great fun.
    Also a train that follows the Liguiran cost in Cinque Terra–very pretty and Take the train and cover the Italian Riviera right into France. And then the high speed from Avignon to Paris…
    This is the best souorce for rail lines I have found: http://www.europeanrailwayatlas.com It’s a great investment.

    I will be in Italy, traveling by train myself next week, and more. Let me know you schedule and perhaps we can have some coffee.

  20. The Young Foodie

    Hi Earl! I just came across your blog and I must congratulate you on such inspiring, interesting and informative writing.

    If you haven’t already I can recommend you come to Salzburg (Austria) and visit the surrounding areas (it’s not all about Mozart and The Sound Of Music!). There are some amazing mountain hikes and quaint Alpine Huts (which you can stay in) along with beautiful lakes and lots of culture. You can eat as much schnitzel, apple strudel, sausage, sauerkraut to last a lifetime and drink Schnapps until you fall over. You can pass by on your way from Vienna to Munich and continue on to Berlin from there.

    I’d be happy to give you any information about Salzburg and other destinations in Austria.

    Hope you have a wonderful trip in Europe and maybe bump into you somewhere in the world!

    Regards

    The Young Foodie

  21. Vishal

    Hey Earl,

    Definitely Venice and Paris. These were my favorite cities. I have heard good things about Bulgaria too from my friends and also as someone else already said, Llubljana. Happy Travels!

  22. Dolly

    Dear Wandering Earl. I am traveling in Europe at present. If u happen to travel to Switzerland, there is a small suggestion I have for u. The Swiss passes are tehre, but there is the option of a ‘Commune Pass’ as well. It is issued individually for any particular day, issued well in advance and in small numbers. The cost just CHF 35 per day and make u eligible for free travel anywhere inside Switzerland(including GldenPass trains). You also get 50% off on the expensive Jungfraujoch cog-wheel train[more on that later as I will be making that journey next week].

    As suggested by my friend who stayed in Switzerland, she bought some for me for consecutive/non-consecutive dates. So, if u have a freind who stays in Switzerland, u can ask them to buy/reserve them for urself.

    Have a great time!
    -Dolly.

  23. the lazy travelers

    based on our own experiences, we can whole-heartedly say:

    France – Aside from Paris, of course, we also recommend traveling south and exploring the coastline. Particularly Antibes, Eze, and Nice.

    Ireland – Dingle & Galway were everything we expected Ireland to be

    Italy – Along with all the highlights (Firenze, Venezia, Roma, Milan), we loved Cinque Terre. The hike is amazing and the towns are gorgeous.

    We’re also planning a trip to Belgium next month and can’t wait for Bruges! Check out our page for a list of where we’ve been–would love to offer recommendations wherever possible!

  24. Amanda

    I haven’t traveled in Europe very much (only quick trips to Ireland and Italy), but I am DYING to go to Romania. Maybe Bulgaria, too. There are some awesome old monasteries there, and I’ve heard Brasov, Romania is well worth a visit.

  25. Elise

    I understand you’ve already been to Norway? But anyway, I’m suggesting it. I live in Norway myself, in Tønsberg, which is the oldest town in the country. It has some incredible history from the Medieval, and there are a lot of ruines and historical monuments if you are interested in such things. In the center of the town lies a little “mountain” (or more like a “berg” or something) of which the city of Túnsberg was placed in the Medieval (from year 1100). It got invaded by the Swedes and I don’t really know what happened after that, but if you like history like that, Tønsberg in Norway is a great place to visit. I know I would.

    Also, some people may have heard of Princess Kristina from Tønsberg. She was the daughter of the king of Norway in the 1200’s, and she was married to a Spaniard, just so Norway could strenghten their ties with other countries. They lived in Sevilla in Spain until she died at the age of 28 and was buried in Covarrubias.
    In 1953 there was found a sarcophagus they thought were empty, but it turned out to contain a woman’s body, which was Kristina from Tønsberg. The legend says that Kristina wanted a chapel in honour to St. Olav in Spain. The chapel was never built, but they are now planning to build one in Covarrubias in connection with the 750 years anniversary for her departure from Tønsberg.
    She is now a symbol of love and… some other things, I don’t know what, in both Norway and Spain, and in a monastery in Covarrubias, her sarcophagus lies, and many couples in love us to travel to Covarrubias to visit it. I don’t know what’s the thing about this “love” and Kristina, but if you research it, you might find out. 🙂

    I don’t know whether this kind of history is in any of your interests at all, but it’s my suggestion anyway! 😀

    1. Earl

      Hey Elise – I love interesting snippets of history that most people don’t know about….and I think the tale of Kristina would fit in that category (at least outside of Norway)! I’ve been a few times to Norway over the years but just the natural beauty alone is more than enough of a reason to return over and over again!

  26. Julia

    Hi Earl,

    I have to suggest the town of Tarquinia, it is the town where my family is from and when they came to America, they changed the ‘a’ to an ‘o’ so from Tarquinia to Tarquinio. Anyway, my aunt went there this past May and said it is a cute little town on the coast, north of Rome.

    And… since you MOST LIKELY will not head to Tarquinia based on my last name suggestion (hehe), I heard that Isle of Capri is amazing as well. Can’t wait to read about your experience while you are there!

    1. Earl

      Hey Julia – Well, with the way I travel, the history of your last name is as good a reason as any to visit a particular destination 🙂 I have spent a good amount of time in Italy over the years though so I’m not sure if I’ll get as far south as Rome if I do pass through again on this trip.

  27. Anna

    Well its a shame your Eurail Pass doesnt include Turkey! Slovenia is absolutely definitely worth a visit though (especially as you hadnt been). If you had to make a “Europe” snowglobe – it would pretty much look like Slovenia. Unbelievable variety in such a small country. Also…I dont recommend you come to the UK right now…its cold and rainy here!

  28. Vincent Prinzie

    In my humble, biased opinion, you should definitely visit Belgium, especially Antwerp.
    Arriving there at the train station is an attraction already, because the central station of Antwerp is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful train stations in the world. I know that you don’t really like touristic stuff, but trust me, you’ll be amazed (I know I am, every single time I’m there). You should also visit the Hendrik Conscienceplein, which is a small and cosy square, located in the centre of Antwerp. It’s right in front of a church and usually you can find a street musician there playing the violin.
    As you said, you haven’t visited Belgium yet, and you’re always excited to visit new countries! Plus on top of that, we have the best fries and the best beer in the world! You can easily find fries in what we call “een frituur”, but for a beer you should visit ‘t Paters vaetje (it’s located right next to the cathedral on the left side), because it’s got the typical belgian atmosphere and you have an incredible range of belgian beers you can try. If you want, I could even guide you a bit around!

  29. Adam

    I second the suggestion for Berlin! I should be here through December, so make your way over and we can meetup. There’s a lot happening in this town, an exciting place to be!

  30. BLANCA PORTELLA HEIL

    I suggest you make CASTLES IN EUROPE your theme …. there are some gorgeous ones in every one of the countries you mention. Sintra in Portugal is spectacular, Augustusburg in Germany is a UNESCO world cultural heritage site, the medieval castle of Hohensalzburg in Austria is one of the largest medieval castles in all of Europe … if you want to narrow it down castles in the countries you haven’t yet visited, that works too.

  31. Carlos

    Firenze, oh my an amazing city!!! Cinque Terre, Siena, Rosignano, Chianti, San Gimignano… amazing area will always go there in my trips to the EU.

  32. Lily Leung

    Hi Earl,

    Sounds like an exciting adventure coming up! I’d definitely recommend Romania (esp Brasov) and Slovenia (Ljublana). A lot less tourists there and very charming. International trains in/out of Greece are halted so that’s something to consider too. The Bahn.de site and app is great for checking schedules for all trains in Europe. Enjoy!

    Enjoy!
    Lily

    1. Earl

      Hey Lily – Thanks for the heads up about Greece…that’s definitely good to know ahead of time. Romania and Slovenia are receiving enough votes that I think they will be on the final list for sure!

  33. Audrey

    Not sure where you’re flying to in Europe to start with, but if you’re anywhere close to Berlin I hope you stop by! We’ll be here until Oct. 7 and would love to meet up for more than just a quick bar stop.

    Outside of my selfish reasons for you to visit Berlin, you should still visit this city – it’s a fun place. Stay in Kreuzberg or Neukolln, rent a bike and just ride around to your heart’s content. It’s the best way to see the city and appreciate the vast differences between neighborhoods.

  34. Phil

    Earl, great news. That’s an awesome deal from Eurail. AND you’re still coming to Africa. Nice. I will be Cote d’Ivoire for most of december and then Mali into January in beyond with a side trip to guinea, sl and liberia at some point. I don’t what your plans will look like, but if you are in Mali at that time we should definitely meet up. January is the best month temperature wise and there are some incredible music festivals then including festival au desert outside of timbuktu http://www.festival-au-desert.org/ which may be the most unique music gatherings in the world and certainly one of the most incredible settings. Africa is a big place, though, and you may be heading to a completely different part of the continent. Keep me posted, though. Looking forward to following your European adventures as well. Take care, Phil

  35. Mason

    I spent six months in Spain – Toledo is beautiful, Granada is amazing, Los pirineos are some of the most incredible mountains I’ve seen!

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