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... pictures of Murren. They are my favorites from the weekend. The city of Murren itself is very small, and all of the buildings are built like log cabins. It looks like the kind of city that people model after for their tiny christmas villages. I cannot express to you how gorgeous the views were from this fantastic city, I will just let you see for yourself. It was my favorite part of the weekend, and might even be one of my favorites of my European travels this ...
... flicking it towards the canvas to make a 'splat' of color on it. There were other cute decorations around, like little jars with full of water and glitter and stars, vases with pinecones in them, and painted rocks in flower pots. The apartment had a large, spacious deck, although we didn't go out on it much when we were there. We had two bathrooms, a kitchen, and three bedrooms. One for me, one for Jess, and one for momma. We just relaxed that first day.
... around looking at the artwork and architecture. Afterward we walked outside around the church.
By this time we were hungry, so we headed back to the market and bought some hazelnuts. We contemplated salami, but we weren't sure what kind to get, so we ended up in a place called New York Food instead where we split a burger. After that we went in search of a coo-coo clock shop Bryan remembered from his last trip here. We never found the exact shop he ...
... and tunnels, the longest of which is the Arlberg at 15 km. We had a rest stop at 11:45 in one of the typically attractive Austrian places where you pay your 50 cents and get back on the bus. We arrived in Liechtenstein at 12:50 and Chiara showed us a Donair place that had good food and was quick. Since we had to leave at 2:00 this was a good time saver so we could explore Liechtenstein. There’s not much downtown but the most attractive area was the residential area that ...
... and bustle of Cairo I will miss it very much.
Saturday, August 21, 2010
Special shout out to my baby brother who turned 18 on Saturday and is enjoying his new times at USC. Side note: While I am gone I will not only miss my birthday and Christmas in the US, but also every single one of my family members' birthdays. Sad I know, but they will get cool birthday presents to make up for the loss of seeing me-- tragic, I know.