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... that impressed with this church. Yes its old and sort of looks cool on the outside but when I paid my 8 Lie (which is like $2.50 in US) to look around the church I found it void of any possible charm it might have had at one time.
For some reason you were not allowed to take any pictures of the inside of the church. Truthfully I have no idea why this "Rule" is in ...
... was pretty simple and not that much of an ordeal. For the first time, on a train in Europe, I did not get yelled at for some "Infraction" or another. The train ride was about two to two and half hours long and I was placed in a sleeping car so it was super quiet and I had a hard time staying awake. However since I was riding the EuroRail I got hooked up with free water and snacks. So ...
... had electric heating installed and the first elevator in Europe - all more than 135 years ago. Not many pictures because I got busted in the entry. Turns out the tour with photos means YOU can take photos, not that you get your picture taken! I didn't chose the right option.
We had a lovely dinner out tonight with Mike, Elena, her parents, sister and brother-in-law, ...
... keep wondering which is more annoying to her: the group of 40 or so noisy 5-year-olds in the tour just ahead of us, or having to wait for V to translate for me what I didn't catch so our little group can move on. Of course the beauty of this is that I am so fascinated by her battle with her own annoyance that it takes V longer to finish explaining to me in each room, which then annoys her even more... it's a deliciously vicious circle.
In addition to providing ...
... luggage storage rack. Oh, and the couchette car was HOT. It was unbelievably hot. I crawled up there and started to hallucinate almost immediately. I heard voices, saw strange colors, and had a very fitful nights rest. I joke and tell people that this was my night on a concentration camp train.
At one point in the night, I rolled over and heard a 'pop'. I had just rolled onto my glasses and felt my stomach sink upon realizing this. ...