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... gifts and chocolate and candy). After a very sweet ceremony my grandparents, aunts, uncle, cousin, and I went out to eat at a fancy restaurant called The Stausee where I proceeded to eat way too much; monzerella salad, potato salad, fladle soupe (pancake chicken broth soup. It sounds disgusting but actually very good), bread, vanilla rasberry ice cream, and apple cake. AND EUROPEANS SAY AMERICANS EAT A LOT. ...
for 2 months during an exchange program through the city of Worthington, MN, a sister city of Crailsheim.
Over the years, I've met a couple of their old friends when they
visited the United States, but really only knew two, Eberhard and
Monika Schuch. Over the last weekend of August I was able to meet my
family at the Schuch's home and spend the weekend getting to know
everyone I've heard so many stories about.
... sorte, ou os alemães são bem humorados mesmo.
Dinkelsbühl já não tem muita coisa para se ver, ainda chegamos lá em uma segunda-feira à noitinha - não era de se esperar um centro bombando em animação. Uma voltinha pelas ruazinhas e um ótimo jantar no hotel mesmo, e está bom ...
... to be one of the best pig-outs of Europe, as you can see from these two photos, we are both smiling our heads off with delight at the size of our ice creams! Dave's was chocolate hazelnut, and Sam's was strawberry. We'd prefer to pretend that we couldn't finish them, but we think you know the truth of the matter ... Mr and Mrs Butterball pretty much inhaled these quality frozen treats!
... his grandparents were both buried and the 6 great grandchildren placed roses on their gravestone and Mark placed one red rose on the request of his mother. This simple ceremony was moving and clearly focussed us all on the shared family roots which remain a constant in all our lives regardless of which continent we live.