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... with really loud Middle Eastern music on his mom's phone with no headphones. We had dinner and breakfast on the flight. The cheese was from Oregon, not Switzerland, which I was mad about. However, the brownie with dinner was delicious with a caramel swirl. And they came around with a basket of mini chocolate bars after dinner! Breakfast was just yogurt and a croissant.
We landed in Zurich slightly before 6 AM local time. I ...
... studios at school. She and I ran errands I had to do before the rest of our adventures and she really got to see what I deal with on an everyday basis. We went to the post office to ship Christmas presents home and we even almost got into a fight with the front desk lady, who wouldn’t give Noelle’s ID back to her. Noelle was laughing after because the lady slowed down her polish like It would help me understand what she was saying. It ...
... catching a tram to the train station. Here, we made our way to our little compartment, and I claimed the bottom bunk, ready for our overnight train to Budapest. Although we had planned to spend the rest of the evening playing cards, I promptly fell asleep, and left Mr H trying to figure out how the light switch worked.
We will tell you about our adventures in Budapest in the next blog!
Lots of love & thanks for reading,
Lyndsey & Martin
It's about the feelings. The unbelievable thinking of what actually happened here. To visit Schindler's factory, see the pictures of some of the people who he saved, who worked there, and some, missing. And to stand on the ground where thousands of people had walked in and out of the gates. And to see the sign up outside, "Whoever saves one life Saves the world entire" And to see the monument of chairs, In a place that no person was allowed to sit for days. And ...
... married, a conference hall and restaurant, sculptures, and lakes. They had been mining here for well over 6 or 700 years and it was an fascinating journey below the earth's surface.
I should give a brief mention to the old town square which was made more beautiful by the sunny weather we were lucky enough to have. The place was bustling with bodies visiting the various markets and enjoying the numerous street ...