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... and knots and all things excitement in my churning stomach since the day before yesterday and now it is today: today is the day.
i keep forgetting )only very briefly) that it is christmas eve, but the outlandish number of santa hats, reighndeer antlers, and full blow elf barb we’ve seen between DIA and Washington DC’s airports have served as an ...
... are nice but nothing compared to the views we saw in our Canadian Rockies. The mountains are tall but there are no beautiful blue green lakes and the road isn't winding through a low valley surrounded by mountains like at home.
On our descent ...
... to talk with many Americans and learn more about this country, the people, government etc. We feel we have gained a lot from this experience.The trip takes longer because of mechanical problems but we are not phased. Luckily we don't have any tight deadlines.
We pick up the California Zephyr in Chicago Union Station. The Texas Eagle, leaving around the same time is having mechanical issues, but we are okay. Our room ...
... to my new life, I went through a million different feelings. I was thrilled to be a college student and experiencing life away from home and my new found independence. I was scared to be away from home for so long, scared if anything were to happen to my dogs while I was gone, or worse, my parents. I was cared that they would move while I was gone and when I came home, it wouldn't really feel like home. I ...
... and was excommunicated in 1282. Perugia, without strong leadership, later became a pawn in the Italian Wars in the 15th century. In 1797, Perugia was captured by French troops and flew the French flag for two years. In 1859, a rebellion of the people of Perugia against the power of the Pope, Pius IX, was brutally put down, and at last, in 1860, Perugia and the rest of Umbria were united as part of ...