Hotel Stump'S Alpenrose
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... time claiming they couldn’t find it. They went round the block thinking that’s what we meant. Kate decided to take them their so off she went.
For the rest of free time we were back in the camp and I played soccer in the hallway with Candela, Sofia, Kate, Brendan and Jamie. It was really fun. After dinner we were again required to practise singing all the songs for sunday when our host parents would come and see our presentation. ...
... her down. We both turned to help Juliett down when she discovered that her shoe had become caught in the chair. It was so funny because she ended up having to take her shoe off so we could get that out then she could put it back on.
On the train on the way back to camp guess who we saw. The guy from earlier. It was actually so weird. We had already boarded the train then he got on the carriage and was like omg but still sat there anyway.
... has sass. We also all just sat in the corridor and chatted which was actually really fun.
Today we also again ventured into town during free time and this time got wifi! From a kebab shop with nicer owners! My emails on my phone weren’t working though so I used Gloria’s phone and the amount of emails I had was amazing. I also found out that my ‘oldie’ is Chance and he is from America.
... We had more celebrations like we did for Grace. After lunch Kat’s host sister also came around and brought a huge cake. It tasted amazing. We also had to of course sing happy birthday to her so we did. In 3 languages. English, German and Spanish.
We had classes again today before and after lunch. Before lunch I sat in my morph suit but wasn’t keen on walking to lunch in it so got ...
... I have researched this and don't fancy taking long trips from the railway station with a lot of luggage, so you just walk across the road - No hassle! We settle in and take a short walk around the district to orientate ourselves before returning to the hotel district and the heaps of restaurants out the front of same. Trying to find the perfect one! Cath has a hankering for Schnitzel (local delicacy) so we settle in for a delicious meal. And just a small beer! ...