Doug Estey

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Rich in history, full of life – a city so vast that exploring just a few pieces of it makes Toronto feel like a small village. Yeah, this is definitely Berlin. We really hit the ground running here, thanks to a delayed flight and a set we really wanted to catch.…

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When we first started planning this trip, we brainstormed a massive list of cities we'd always wanted to see. We drafted an itinerary and started booking places to stay - until we rewrote it at the last minute to include Scandinavia. Turns out missing it really would have been a…

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Where to start with this place? From the moment we stepped off the plane in Copenhagen I was floored by the careful attention to detail that seems to apply to the entire city. It's spotless, its transit map looks like something out of an urban planner's dream, and cars have…

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I'm not sure anything could have prepared me for going back in time to the 16th century, but here we are in Venice, and I'm pretty struck. No cars. Anywhere at all. It's nothing short of incredible to see a city in our world operate like this. Admittedly, the swathes…

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We're on a four hour train from Rome to Venice, and headphones are on as I watch the beautiful Italian countryside pass me by. When I'm on the road I tend to track towards a very specific edge of each genre; fewer vocals, sweeping chords and tones, music that in…

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