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My Great Grandmother Edwards wore this locket with pictures of her two sons while they were overseas. Gordon Edwards (left picture) was stationed in England as a Navigator in the RCAF and Edward (Ted) Edwards (right picture) was a pilot stationed in Africa. Ted returned home at the end of WWII but Gordon (my Grandfather) went missing when his plane …
... Saturday, our final day in Germany, we went to Munich. We started the day with a visit Dachau, the concentration camp. It was extremely interesting and it was a weird feeling thinking that you were actually standing where so much history and so many horrible things have happened. It was almost too overwhelming and hard to wrap your head around the fact that you were actually there in one of the places you have learned so much about. After Dachau, we went to eat lunch ...
... an appearance in my Germany blog. He has a little sister who is squatting away in some little alleyway in Brussels, and they have a dog who... yep. Peeing too. You've gotta pay it to them, they are original. Weird. But original. Bruges came next, and well and truly made up for me being slightly underwhelmed with Brussels. Oh my goodness. Bruges is the kind of dreamy, magical city that just gets more and more beautiful the more you explore it. Bruges ...
... beer. So, it was basically the same thing, only with the sweet/bitterness of raspberries added to it. I preferred this one much more. Overall, I was very happy to have been given the opportunity to try such a unique Belgian delicacy.
Next on our list was to visit Brussels second most popular tourist destination. The Manneken Pis; which is a statue of a little boy peeing. There is such a huge hype in this town about this statue. Everywhere you go, you see ...
First things first: I slept horrible. Because of all the excitement raging through my body and brains, I just couldn't sleep. Well, not for long at least. So I slept about two to three hours before we took off. Luckily I manage well when I barely sleep; I was still able to get on my bike.
Saying goodbye must be the hardest part of this trip, the hardest thing to do in life, especially when Joyce, my aunt, started crying and my mom started to ...
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