Travel, for the foreseeable future, is on hold. It’s something which I’d been able to do with impunity for many years while covering the was a genuine thrill).of watches, and it had become something that I’d started to take a little bit for granted. There were, after all, years when I went to Geneva more often than Brooklyn (I live in downtown Manhattan), and going to Europe had become pretty routine. Not only was the travel something about which I’d become blasé, I had also begun to take it for granted that I would be able to see, more or less any time I wanted, the places where were being made and where watchmaking history was made. After all, over the years, I’d been to Morioka to visit Grand Seiko, Paris to visit the grave of Breguet, to visit – well, you name it (it took me more than 10 years to pay a visit to the grave of Hans Wilsdorf, but I got there in the end), and Germany, as well as a slew of other places too numerous to mention (although I will say, finally getting inside the Tour de L’ile with Vacheron was pretty darned exciting – maybe only to a watch nerd, but it
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