I’m back home for a couple weeks’ break from Europe. Here’s a look at the reality of packing light (with a quick review of exactly what I lived on for two months in Europe) — and the reality of buying something you’d never wear back home.

Thanks for traveling with me for the first half of my “100 days in Europe” blog series. In the last two months, we’ve careened together from Lisbon, Madrid, and Barcelona to Italy, Normandy and Paris to Bulgaria and Romania. Coming up soon are 50 more days in Europe: Austria, our My Way® Alpine Europe in 12 Days Tour (through the mountains from Salzburg to Chamonix — which I’ll be leading), the Netherlands, filming three TV shows in southern England, and filming the Palio in Siena. Hold on to your castanets (or whatever you shake in these lands)…it promises to be a fun ride.



3 Replies to “Homecoming”

  1. I like it. These video are useful.
    Very good informative and useful video. I watched videos manytimes. I especially love the idea of knowing locals rather then visiting popular and commercial tourist sites.
    I’m a translator. I want to use your videos to translate into Vietnamese and broadcasting in Nghe An Radio and Television Station for people who can make to anywhere outside my country. Nghe An Radio and Television Station is a local station of Việt Nam.
    If you’re ok, please! you can give me document on site of video!
    Thanks so much!

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