Travel Blogs from West Branch
I can't believe we're on our way to Italy! This day seemed so far away when I decided I wanted to study abroad in Italy for three months, but now it's finally here. We will be leaving Cedar Rapids at 2 this afternoon, and will be returning home December 8th.
It still doesn't ...
... decorative sealife thingy we broke while traveling Day one....well, it was covered in this glitter type substance so it would be shiny and sparkly under the lights..so after it crashed to the tile floor I carried the pieces pretty much the entire length of the coach back to our bedroom for possible repairs down the road....we now have glitter everywhere in this coach. Looks like we've been sprinkled by fairy dust!!
Can't believe it's finally happening. After all this talk and anticipation, we're finally heading to our imaginary home in Spokane, WA. It's only day one and we have thousands of miles to go and I feel scattered and disjointed. My heart, mind, spirit, and body feel like they're all in different spaces. It's not a bad feeling, per ...
... some vocabulary!
I am now fairly confident in my ability to introduce myself, and to ask where the restroom is... A must-have phrase for any traveller. Other than that, I am going to have to rely on others to know english. I have been told several times that most people in Europe will know a little -- at least enough to tell me they don't speak english. ...
We continued our drive toward Ohio, passing through Nebraska and into Iowa.
We have noticed the increase in traffic and semis (didn't miss them!) as we continue our journey. Keith would drive on the western interstates with virtually no traffic.
Nebraska has irrigated farmland, otherwise it is very dry. As we entered Iowa, we decided it looked very much like Ohio (rolling ...
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