Travel Blogs from Ruther Glen
... of France (think D-Day beaches, chateaux and Mont St. Michel). I talk about these places all of the time in class, so to be able to share them in PERSON with the students is such a gift .. .can you tell that I am excited?
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... at law school, which is completed post an undergraduate degree. Unlike the UK, you cannot study law at undergraduate level. The other interns are really friendly with us and we enjoy learning about each other’s culture, they have also organised a ‘car-pool’ for us, to prevent us from walking to the office each morning.
The work I have been part of this week feels like I am in a real career. I am in the office 9-5 each day. I have been asked ...
We still take the tent and the whole nine yards. Maybe we could borrow Poppy....
At any rate: We're off to New River Trail State Park in southwestern Virginia for a three-day camping trip. Unfortunately, the forecast is for rain every day, which would be quite problematic as neither drive-ins nor minor-league ballgames thrive in the rain. Nor, for that matter, ...
The best answer to this question I found in a book that was recommended by a friend. He suggested to read it before or on the cross country trip. So in "Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance" the explanation is the following:
"On a cycle ...
... coffee, then about 10:30 am headed to Schönbrunn Palace, the summer home of the Hapsburg family - just on the edge of modern Vienna. The forecast had been for rain, but this time the forecasters got it wrong. It was a lovely, blue sky, comfortable 68 degrees - perfect to tour the extensive gardens and grounds.
We toured the palace first - again, like their home in the city - it was opulence on top of grandeur on top of excess. Just - ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed