We learn three things whenever we travel. First, we learn something about other places. Second, we learn something about other people. Third, we learn something about ourselves. This is what Armand Moncaide discovered when he embarked on a trip around Europe. From the sun-drenched plains of Spain to the snow-capped Alps towering over Switzerland; from the grandeur of London and Paris to the romance of Rome and Venice, Armand learns the meaning of the phrase, "Only by getting lost can we begin to find ourselves." Because the truth is, there really is no place like home.
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