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Recent posts

Rome - 14 things not to miss My personal advise on what to do and see in Rome
Mt Egmont and King Edward Park Mt Egmont seen from the King Edward Park playing fields in Stratford
Stratford Glockenspiel The Stratford Glockenspeil in Taranaki
The Antelope - the dog friendly pub The Antelope - your local, dog friendly, beer friendly pub
Ancient Rome - 8 must see highlights Must see ancient monuments around Rome
Antwerp - de Kathedraal Historical information about the gothic Antwerp Cathedral
Antwerp - what to do, see, stay and eat What to see, where to stay and eat in historic Antwerp
Austria - recommended places to stay Recommended hotels in Vienna, Salzburg and Bregenz

Further reading

Your next solar eclipse trip - what to know and do - What to know and do when planning your next solar eclipse trip

European tourism and rail organisations - a quick reference (B) - A reference guide to European tourism and rail organisations (B)

Lucerne - 7 things not to miss - What not to miss in Lucerne

Austria - goals and achievements - Travel goals and achievements from various trips to Austria

Why chase solar eclipses? - Why I chase total solar eclipse all over the world

Europe - Travel information from around Europe

London markets - 15 of the best markets - 15 food, antiques and clothing markets in London worth visiting

Neuchâtel - Collegial Church history - A history of the Collegial Church of Neuchâtel

Berne Münster (Cathedral) - a brief history - A brief history of the Cathedral in the UNESCO-protected old town of Berne

Lucerne - a short history of The Lion Monument - A brief history of the Lion Monument in Lucerne, Switzerland

About Mark Sukhija

Mark Sukhija is a travel and wine blogger, photographer, tourism researcher, hat-touting, white-shirt-wearing, New Zealand fantatic and eclipse chaser. Aside from at least annual visits to New Zealand, Mark has seen eclipses in South Australia (2002), Libya (2006), China (2009) and Queensland (2012). After twelve years in Switzerland, Mark moved back to London in 2012. You can follow Mark on Twitter or Facebook