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... in Boulder.
I am going to take care for 3 wonderfull boys in the age of 6, 5 and 2 years old. I can't wait to meet this hostfamily and to start working for them.
But first I will catch the plane in Dusseldorf and fly to NYC!
In NYC I will stay for about 4 days and have some introduction and information about the whole Au Pair thing. And after those 4 days I am flying ...
... Ceaser of Christian Europe and from about the 12th century onwards he is revered as a Saint.. Ironically Aachen has been continuously inhabited sine the birth of Christ and Roman troops, around that time, used to recuperate here after battle and soak in the hot springs. Walking the city you get a whiff of sulphur every now and then.
The site of Aachen has been the site of human settlement as far back as Neolithic times (4500 BC) and you will see from the photos the ...
... to it. Rows of bare grape vines line the hill in front of a stone wall. The entrance is marked with a massive red door and nestled in on top is a restaurant. I take a seat under the vaulted ceilings and enjoy a crisp dutch white wine.
Back on the train to Leuven I join the masses of students and commuters. I follow them through the train stations until I find myself walking up to my front door.
... up behind us in the lock - a huge barge called Fighter. After two locks and some really stormy weather it's dark by the time we arrive in Maastricht and we miss the public moorings. After a couple of u-turns (in a really wide river) Martin decides to moor up on an empty and locked landing stage, not great for the dogs but too late to ...
... are covered with melted butter, crisp fried onion, farmer cheese and kress. The stalls in this area were a bit different than the ones we have seen at other markets. These had more local products and were more nicely designed. They had more authentic Christmas feel.
Ted of course tried and bought some handcrafted mustard, we bought a wooden Koln ornament for our tree, some new yarn for Sheree to knit some new socks and Sheree found an artist ...