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... is not my first choice of hobbies I would have picked for you.
Q: Even though I had already gone traveling before with friends, what were your main worries this time around?
Mom: This was the first time you would be traveling alone and that certainly worried me. Would you be lonely without a buddy? If something happened you wouldn’t have someone with you to figure things out. I also worried about if ...
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 / ...
Hanging out with Erika and Cortney in Germany is way fun. Yesterday we went to a smallish town called Trier. It's about an hour away from Mike's house and it is the oldest town in Germany. Or something like that. It was originally settled by the Roman Empire so there are some cool roman ruins along with old gothic and baroque German buildings. Also Karl Marx lived there and you can go to his house. We ...
... that I was in a different country it could easily look like BC but with some different types of trees at times. After having a 'comfort’ stop where I wandered away into a forest by myself (because I’ve decided I’m going to star in a German horror movie??) we jumped back on the bus and continued on into The Rhineland and to Boppard so we could take a cruise down the river. The road down to Boppard was probably the windiest road I have ever been on. How our driver ...
... Italian breakfast," which came with salami, olives, cheese, and bread. I think for the first time this trip I just flat up left my camera at home, so you’ll have to use your imagination on this one. Time was running short as we left the warmth of the café and made our way back down the street to the car – which had a piece of paper warning us not to park in the area without paying at the pay station. I guess I’ve been a pedestrian for so long that I’ve ...