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While taking a break from traveling I was able to chat with my Mom on a more frequent basis, which she definitely enjoyed. One evening we got to talking and I thought it would be great to get her feedback and thoughts about me traveling. Check out our conversation below...maybe it'll help you break the news to your parents or help you as a parent worry a little less:
Q: What were your thoughts when I first told you I wanted ...
This was my last month in Europe and I will certainly miss it. I enjoyed myself far more than I ever thought I would. Month 5 wasn't filled with a whole lot of traveling as I spent a majority of time at my uncle’s house in Germany. Follow along below for my final words on Europe…
Where I’ve been:
21 days – Landstuhl / Germany
5 days – Amsterdam / Netherlands
1 day – Brussels / ...
... we talked and watched movies and played with his Great Dane, Denali. On Friday, we went to Frankfurt and wandered around the city for a few hours, walking along the Mein river, and accidentally wandering through the red light district. Then, as I am so fond of doing, I spied a tall tower, and decided we were going to explore it! As luck would have it, that tall tower was St. Bartholomew's Cathedral, and it ...
... So we arrive in Kaiserslautern and as we are driving in we see masses of people in red & white fan clothing. We find out that there is a big football/soccer match happening that night and oh, look the stadium is across from our hotel! So since we did not have internet at our hotel I couldn't think of a better way to spend my night than watching a live match in Germany. Once in a lifetime chance I say so I walked up, some how managed to get a ticket using a few sentences of ...
Like my previous vending machine entry, Fasching is something that I needed to figure out. And since it's about an entire holiday season, it’s probably regarding more important information than what one can buy from a box. Worms isn’t exactly the city where I could do the most Fasching-related research – from what I’ve read, southern Germany is the best for that, and sometimes also the area of ...