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Monthly Archives: June 2014
Excerpts from a journal discovered just outside the city walls… As I sit under the stars and write this, I can only hope that my family and friends back home are doing well. We are nearly a month into our … Continue reading
We stepped off the train in the dank tunnel, since the station is only big enough for about 2 and 1/2 train cars. As we emerged into the bright sunshine we were surrounded by colorful old buildings and farmer’s market … Continue reading
Hello again from Switzerland! We spent two nights with Mark and Carrie before meeting up with Tony’s college pal, Martin, and his wife Cezi (pronounced Cheh-zee). Our first stop with them was a small town right near the border between … Continue reading
Guten tag from Switzerland! We have been very blessed to spend a couple nights with some Tortola friends during our time here. We met Mark and Carrie at our favorite island hot spot, The Watering Hole, where Carrie was the … Continue reading
On Wednesday evening we lugged our bags back to the train station for the trip to Zurich. Months ago we’d researched flights and trains between Hungary and Switzerland, but the airlines took more than 12 hours to get there with … Continue reading
So, we are definitely in Eastern Europe now. There are more people, more strange sounding languages, more questionable smells and more dodgy-looking buildings! Arriving in Budapest (pronounced Budda-Pesht locally) was like what I imagine someone would have experienced arriving in … Continue reading
Vienna, Austria is another beautiful old city with crooked, cobbled streets and intricately detailed buildings on every corner. It was here that we met up with my friend Amy who is on her way back to The States (via 10 … Continue reading
The last three items on Tony’s Top 5 of Praha are much shorter than the first two! Number Three: Communist History We both found the Communist history of the Czech Republic fascinating. Czechoslovakia only became a republic in 1918 with … Continue reading