Jerusalem is a city on hills, which makes it a beautiful, and challenging city in which to run. From buildings that are thousands of years old to brand new bikeways and pedestrian streets, it’s got a lot to offer anyone wishing to hit the pavement. Continue reading “Running in Jerusalem” »
Running around Athens is extraordinary. Being able to jog around the hill of the muses and to the Parthenon is quite a treat, if only for the scenery.
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We were only spending a few days in Croatia, and two of them had been taken up by hiking in Plitvice Lakes National Park. I wanted to make sure that I checked off Croatia on my running around the world list, so I woke up early to get this one done.
After a damp and rainy walking tour the day before, I decided to get out for a run in the sun in Budapest.
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What started as a quick 5k became a little longer when I realised I could pop into the old city, and then a little longer still when I found that there were no trams returning back home. Continue reading “Running in Krakow” »
Getting out for a run during our visit to Italy was difficult, both because we visited in July, when it’s very hot for most of the day, and because there is just so much to see!
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