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... us. We took 14 West to get to our campground, Stove Prairie Landing. It is a long, narrow, winding road that follows the Poudre River through the hills. Every corner I was screaming, “Blake!! Look!” and “Oh my gosh look at this!” Wooowwww!!!” we were in absolute awe. It was one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen. We drove through a rock tunnel, past a thousand rapids, saw kayakers & white ...
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, ...
Jonathan Spence has a thick book titled "In Search of Modern China". It's a great title (and a great book). China is a vast complex country with a remarkable history. To begin to understand modern China could easily take a lifetime. In the span of one month we all learned a lot. Yet, like my experience with Chinese food, I am sure we’ve only just scratched the surface. I’ve tried to keep my political thoughts out of this travelogue. Like ...
One of my goals for our trip to Beijing is to learn more about Chinese food. I'm the cook in our house and I really enjoy it. I love to learn new dishes, read cookbooks, watch cooking TV shows, dream about fancy appliances, etc. In anticipation for our trip, I bought a 16" hand hammered wok that was made in China. There is a place in San Francisco called The Wok ...