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... other and floating into the ocean like an expulsiom of garbage from an orbitting shuttle. The fragments turned into great sheets of ice which seemed to have crop circle like patterns imbedded in them, akin to swahili tattoo swirls. We had a birdseye view of this derelict ice world untouched by man and yet crumbling away into extinction. It was miraculous to behold.
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... and made our way to security. Justin, Brittany and I had TSA pre-check so we didn't have to take shoes off or pull out items from our carry on bags. Just a quick walk through a metal detector. Susan and Josh weren't as lucky and had to endure the regular security line. After a mini-crisis with Susan not being able to pull up her boarding pass on her iPhone, they were through after a brief delay and we made our way to the gate.
... bicyclists, and people disembark, I couldn't believe the amount of vehicles that could fit on this thing. I walk back into the loading area and stand in line to board. A while later they start boarding and I head straight up to the upper deck at the back of the boat so I can get that great Seattle view. By this point we are moving and the wind is strong. Its a perfectly clear and sunny day but its super cold in the wind and in my infinite wisdom I decided to leave my jacket ...
... River in France. We start in Basel and end up in Amsterdam. As usual we are going in a day early to avoid any last minute glitches and give our bodies an opportunity to adjust to the new time zone.
Although I have been to Germany several times on business this will be my first sightseeing trip there. Germany will be a new country for Yvonne. We will add one new country (# 78) to our bucket list as ...
... down by the University district. The bands were "jam bands" meaning that they had really great musicians that just went for it. It wasn't like anything I'd seen before which made it really interesting. Of course, I also had to geek out at the production too, haha. After the concert, we parted ways and walked over to the Shwarma King for a late night snack. This is the first University district I've been to, and now I remember why college was so ...