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... in the afternoon I have been singing the song "Che será, será, whatever will, will be..." But somehow, I'm still so positive and I know, I'm going to have the time of my life. Because I know that my family and friends will always be with me, no matter what! :) As I said, I will try to keep a blog, so one day can make a book out of it, EnJoy & the Joy story :) Here a Quote I really love, ...
... a bustling little location. Considering it started as an old Viking fishing village it had definitely developed into something special. Rach was impressed with her first glimpse of Europe. We walked down the promenade to the Little Mermaid Statue which was inspired by the fairy tale of the same name written by no other than Hans Christian Anderson.
... br> As the garden made its way further up the hill the neatly planned garden disappeared and turned into a forest with trees and plants growing at will as it would in the middle of a forest. At one point I felt like I had been transported back into the black forest as there was absolutely no sign of being in the middle of a city and less than 500 metres from a huge palace. There was no car or city noise and the trees were so tall that there was no way of seeing ...
... which is the very year our house was built. You could fit a hundred of our house into this building and still have room to spare – it’s simply enormous. Deciding that we’ve seen pretty much all of the major sights by now, all that is left is to fulfill Coman’s desire for a slice of Sacher-torte, the famous Viennese chocolate cake.
Hotel Sacher itself has huge queues of tourists all trying for the same thing so we carry on towards ...
... of paper; we needed to do some class superlatives! Some of the good ones incuded:
Ally: Busiest Schedule
Naomi: Most likely to talk to strangers while taking the stairs
Clarisse: Most likely to survive the night in high heels
Carolin: Class Mother
Blake: Class Sass
Cat: Kaffeehaus Queen
Angela: The Human GPS
Andrew: Class Shopaholic
Christine: Best sense ...