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Dark tourism

Many years ago, Chef Boyardee and I visited Pompeii. We walked down the Via dei Sepolcri (carefully avoiding the grooves made by chariots 2,000 years ago); admired the fresco of Priapus, the god of fertility; and examined the remains of … Continue reading

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Auschwitz

The silence on the bus is overwhelming, the air charged with anticipation and a sense of uncertainty that has been building steadily since we left Krakow. A quick glance at the faces around me reveals varying shades of the same … Continue reading

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