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... into the town square area as buses are not permitted beyond the outskirts. After being given a quick rundown of where to find the shops, snacks, restrooms, etc. we were set free to roam as we please, but given an agreed upon meeting time to return to the coach.
The four of us set off to the market stalls to see what the vendors had to offer. They say first impressions are everything, right? Well, apparently the locals here haven't heard it before, or they ...
... I had a blast hanging out with him! The train was nice and fast! I started reading my Prague book so I know more about the city before I get there! At the hostel, I ran into one of my Salzburg friends, Tessa. Since it was raining and we didn't know what to do, we joined forces and decided to go to the BMW headquarters. To be honest, I'm not the biggest fan of cars so I was going there to say I've been there. And to look at some of the cars! The weather was not good today so ...
... I never want to forget (hence all the chelfies....sorry) and something that I cannot encourage enough to anyone reading this. See the world! God wants you to appreciate and enjoy all that HE has created.
Stay tuned for the post from the beach. But in the meantime, thanks for checking the blog and I hope you enjoy the pictures!
... was the dinner of choice for most, it looked like pig knee with crackling, served with a rubbery potatoe. I had mushrooms in a white sauce, served with bread dumplings. It was different - bread dumpling was different types of bread (could tell this because of the color) smoothed together into a ball with parsley flakes on top. Got back on the bus at 9:30pm Then to ...
... now. When we had our Thanksgiving lunch together, I told them I was thankful to be with such good friends. Everyone agreed and then we all got quiet, realizing that our journey was ending in less than two weeks. When we return to the States, we will be separated geographically by many counties and hours of driving. Not a tremendous distance to overcome, and we will make the effort to visit. But our lives will ...