Zu den Linden Gasthaus & Pension
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... and numbing So we dashed round the edge Snuck in the side door And climbed up stair cases To the very top floor The opera house grand Both inside and out And the voices of singers Bellowed boldly about We thought by this stage In our lives we would be Mature and cultured No longer silly and free But the German subtitles, Seemed give nothing away And at the end of it all They all died on that day Well we thought they had died But ...
... was a quick drive tour around the city to orientate us a bit. It got totally dark by 4:45pm and was a bit rainy so I'm looking forward to exploring properly tomorrow! We've had a quick drink at the rooftop bar, and when I braved the freezing outside to see the view, I had an unintended perfect look into a man's apartment across the road from us. He had a very straightforward modern German apartment, just his lounge lamp was ...
... thoughts about leaving, however we are glad we went along with Nathan’s
dad wishes. We are all feeling sadness
at the loss of a great, generous and loving man and our thoughts and prayers
are with Nathan’s mother and his sisters and brothers. Nathan will return home for the funeral and
then rejoin Traci and the kids back in Bielefeld.
Dresden is another
beautiful city with ...
On the bus to Dresden I ended up sat next to a German man who spoke very little English. He did, however, offer to show me around the city the following day. There was no free walking tour, so despite the difficulty communicating with him, I accepted his offer! I made my way to the hostel, with the help of my new German friend Ullrich. Next came one of the most eventful evening walks imaginable. I headed out for a quiet stroll and as I crossed ...
... went down a ball and so proud of Tom, Joe and Josh for their words on Mr Roper and Mr Kirkwood. Brilliant! I've been privileged to work with CJO and CTS and it is so rewarding to see how our students develop and grow as musicians but mostly as individuals. Lots of CJO 2006 are leaving CYO this year and it was so nice to see how far they've come since those ...