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Julie from Ed's office was great in offering us a ride to the airport arriving nearly 3 hours early for our 12:40 pm American Airlines flight. As we prepare for curb check in the porter has difficulty bringing up our reservations off our e-ticket so we go inside to the counter for conventional baggage check. Uhhhh the agent informs us our flight was 9:40 am having left now over 60 minutes ago?... ...
PLACES YOU WILL VISIT AGAIN
3. Regensburg (but I don't want to visit too many places more than once haha)
FAVORITE GERMAN BEERS
1. Augustiner Helles
2. Augustiner Edelstoff
3. The Mai bock from Prösslbräu
# OF PLANE RIDES - 2
# OF TRAIN RIDES - too many to count
# CITIES VISITED - about 15
Total Miles You Have Traveled - 11,964
Well, that's all folks... :)
... I could through my junior year until there were none left. So, during my senior year, I took German classes at the University of Northern Colorado. Then I went on to the University of Colorado. I am a Marketing major with a German minor. I finished my minor as a Sophomore. Now as a Junior, I want to fulfill my goal of going to Germany to study abroad. The study abroad program that I am going on is a semester long program in Regensburg, ...
... on visiting Mao, I’ve posted some final thoughts about recent Chinese history at my regular blog here. For this post, I’ll focus on some final thoughts about our trip and visiting Beijing.
I think we all felt like we visited Beijing at a unique and special time. Hsing-ay vividly remembers a Beijing without grass and trees, without fancy buildings, without a thriving tourism industry, and with a quality of life only a few steps ...
... as a Peace Corps volunteer. This is really well written and gives a real sense of what China was like in the 1990s. I am eager to read his other two books on China.
Empress Orchid by Anchee Min is historical fiction covering how Empress Dowager Cixi came to power. The books gives a great sense of what the Forbidden City was like back when an emperor still lived there.
Beijing Eats by Eileen Wen Moody breaks down the various ethnic ...