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... in them, and a new candle is lit each week before the big day until all four are lit come Christmastime. We also played a game with the presents, each of us taking turns opening a present and guessing who it was for. I gave Simon's family the swiss chocolate I bought for them in Cologne, and I got a couple really cool presents, including a calendar and a book with all of the beautiful places in Germany so I can remember what I saw, and also see what I hopefully will get to go and ...
We made it to Frankfurt! Happy New Year to everyone as well!! The flight was a little crazy. Fully booked to the point where once they loaded the luggage they had to recalibrate everything as the load was too heavy! Then we hit some crazy turbulence! Roller coaster feeling in my tummy! I was getting a bit nervous as things were rattling everywhere and a cart even fell over! Definitely glad to be on solid ground. So ...
... and has some sort of Turkish phone company who offer it, but hey 29 euros for the month ! I will no doubt find out why later :) The trip to Berlin was about 5 hours through a white winter wonderland, Germany looks so pretty in the snow, as we got nearer to Berlin the snow got thicker. Held up and running late into Berlin we had arranged with the owner of an apartment to call or text if running late as she would meet us to give ...
... found after pedaling up a long winding road, it was quite impressive but parts of it were converted into a pretty flash restaurant and the owner did not seem to like me snooping around so i moved on.
It was about this time that steady rain had set in and after a few hours exploring i decided to find my way back and dry off.
It does not get dark until well after 9pm which makes for a nice long evening.
I also saw a red squirrel.
We moved to Wiesbaden a few months ago and have been very busy. Between work, dealing with the boys, and unpacking we haven't had much time to explore our new surroundings. Our first excursion was to the Russian Orthodox church called St. Elizabeth's. It was built in 1847 by Duke Aldolf when Elizabeth Mikhailovna, his 19 year old wife and Grand Duchess of Russia, died. They had married when she was 18. Sadly, she died during childbirth, ...