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... to Rome where we met my dad. My parents then stayed with me for a week and toured all of Rome and even spent a night in Florence. I'm not posting hardly any pictures from that because I have posted pictures from all those places already! But the few in here of my mom and dad is when they were here in Rome this past week.
Thanks for checking it all out! All my best to everyone!
... and light and rich.
The Cucoriedkovy Kol had a graham cracker-like crust, a cheesecake layer, and a blueberry topping. (Best similarity is a more solid pie filling haha) and then covered in powered sugar. This was my favorite!
(Pictures of both are included in the post!
After we finished dessert, I got back to work on the files. ...
... in Poland.
Can you imagine what it was like for little Andrew Horvath as he made his trip to America at the age of nine in 1920? How brave they were. Bye for now.
Well, it's almost five hours later and we're nearly there. I'm going to go ahead and send this.
Love to all,
Steve and ...
... during the day are all part of what travel is about and I’m glad that I’m getting the hang of it.
It had been a few days since I had run and I had been feeling guilty for not following my passion to run actively and letting laziness creep into my lifestyle. So, as soon as the day broke on day 39, I got my bright coloured running shoes, singlet, running watch and a whole lot of running adrenaline and headed out the door, determined to clock a substantial amount ...
... the palace which is called Grasalkovicova Zahrada....very peaceful and public toilets are for free ;)
Our next point of interest was Namestie Slobody which is a square also known as "Gotko" after the first communist laborers' president Klement Gottwald. It's the biggest square in Bratislava with a surface of 400m2. The square's dominant feature is the biggest fountain of the city called "Friendship" in the shape of a linden flower, the symbol of Slavs. ...