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Hey everyone, I can't believe I am leaving tomorrow to start my study abroad program. I fly out from STL tomorrow to Newark, NJ and then leave from there for Dublin, Ireland! I will be in Ireland for about 5 days before heading on to London, Edinburgh, and Paris. Then, on February 7th I will be heading to Prague in the Czech Republic. This is when my program officially begins. I will then be studying international business at ...
... desired anymore, except to make our lives into a work of art.
Live fast. Die young. Be wild. And have fun.
I believe in the country ...
... pretty. The
mosaics inside were beautiful. Basically, that style of church is a little over done for my
taste, but it was still easy to appreciate the workmanship that went into it.
We drove to the Shaved Duck for dinner and were able to park right out front. We
got there right before it got busy and had no wait! I had the walnut and blue cheese
brown sugar cured bacon which I loved and my parents split the cornbread. My father
had the Boss with ...
... however after the late night last night we just decided on dinner and bed. I had found Pi Pizzeria on TripAdvisor and had checked out the menu and it looked amazing. It was right at the Convention Center Metro stop so only a couple blocks from the hotel.. but it was -5 outside so not too pleasant out walking. Pi Pizza was amazing, the pizzas were really good and the garlic bread was served with a whole knob of roasted garlic, I've never had it served like that ...
... and the ground. It was fun for the kids and for those of us acting like kids (even though it is a bit harder crawling through some of these areas the bigger you get). Surprise, surprise it started to rain and thunderstorm again so they closed the outside section. So they don't want you climbing around in metal poles high above the buildings when it starts to lightening. Hmm. Go figure. Anyway by that point we were about done with that ...