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... visit to Mozart's birthplace stood at the top of our list today. We learned, in fact, about not only Mozart, but also about the sites in and around Salzburg that were used in Sound of Music! This juncture was one of many surprises today, which we let happen to ourselves as we are focusing on "Sounds of Home" material for our students and their preparation to travel to Salzburg in the summer ...
This entry is coming one day late because somehow my post from yesterday got lost in the virtual world - not sure if I am in love with travelpod so far, but I suppose it will do. :) So, yesterday! What an awesome day!!!! Carole and I got to teach the students at KuMax and Waria Ward about our schools in Cleveland, and about what it is like to live in Tennessee. Some classes even got up and danced a line dance to Rocky Top Tennessee!! We gave out 60 t-shirts from Walker Valley ...
... school has already produced warm friendships. Our new friends gave us lovely gifts and opened their hearts, homes and schools to us. We truly treasure these friendships!! In the evening we attended a theatrical performance at Maria Ward Realschule. The students wrote and produced a moving play in which they told the life story of Maria Ward, a young nun from England, who moved to Germany with the goal of educating young ...
... lunch of sausages and horseradish and a cold beer. This is just a beautiful city and our second visit was just as magical. Found the shop where they make the original Mozart's Balls, yum. Went to the fruit and veg I market and purchased a large pun net of strawberries and ate the lot on the train home. Late dinner and a few wines and an early night as we kicked on last night, needed a little ...
... up this morning to try and resolve that. None of the three places we visited could help so we headed up to the Fortress Veste Oberhausen which was built in 1219 by the Passau Prince-Bishop in order to control traffic on the three rivers. Since then this place has played an important part in history. Judging by the cruise boats calling-in here nowadays it still attracts a lot of river traffic. The number of tourists ...