I wonder what happens_Germany
독일과 달리 체코에는 제대로 된 버스 터미널이 있네. 내리자마자 눈에 들어온 Tourist Information에서 유로로 교통권을 살 수 있었다. 72시간에 €12라니, 정말 싸구나. 물어 보니 벽돌 건물 터미널 안에 돈 바꾸는 곳이 있대서 가 보았다. 두리번거리고 싶진 않은데 언뜻 교환소가 눈에 들어오지 않았다. 일단 지도 검색을 다시 하려고 잠시 입식 테이블 앞에 서 있다가 화장실을 가 보려고 왔던 방향으로 돌아갔는데 화장실 옆 부스 옆에 쪼그맣게 돈 바꾸는 곳이 있었다. 그렇게 골칫거리 €100짜리를 해결했다. 근데 이제 진짜 €100이랑 €5짜리들만 남았네. 진작 부지런히 깰 걸.
Oct 09 2016 - Oct 13 2016
A final update over the airport WiFi from our gate, waiting to fly back to Chicago. Our last day was every bit as fun as the rest. We walked across Berlin on a walking tour of the history of the Third Reich, dined alongside dance students learning to waltz and cha cha, and enjoyed friends and laughter late into the night. We love Berlin!
Sep 10 2016
I'm living in Germany! 😱😆
I'm at the dentist and I just had to fill out documents in German! 😁 I've only been in such formal settings in the U.S. and I usually am well aware of the process and understand every conversation with ease. Here, not so much, but it's very exciting. So far it's going pretty smooth. I am actually understanding more & more & I have the ability to decipher sentences and have a general understanding of what is being asked or told. It's very exciting! Plus, since I am able to understand quicker that gives me the opportunity to reply in German rather than searching for the definitions in my brain which usually causes a delay in conversation and people find that very frustrating. Now, I have the chance to actually practice my German and be able to USE new words because my translations are happening a bit more naturally within my brain! It's almost an exhilarating feeling to know this is happening now! The tables have turned, rather than forcing THEM to speak English with me, now I am able to speak German to THEM! It may not sound like much but communication is already difficult enough. Communicating in an entirely different language you're not too familiar with is a complete ball game. It feels good to do this now. It's a great milestone. 😊 New words: Weisheitszähne = wisdom teeth Zahnreihnigung= tooth cleaning Zahneartz = Orthodontist (dentist)
May 17 2016 - May 17 2018
Solo exploration Germany & Netherlands
Famished by the time I got back to the city I popped in to Cafe Forum for a delicious Harrisa grilled chicken and bacon club sandwich and of course a bier! Can you guess how many steps I did today? My pedometer read 16,578 steps. But I had only turned it on halfway through my walk to Sint Pietersburg Hill. I reckon I would have easily clocked up 20,000 steps at least! Time to rest my tired feet. Good night!
May 23 2016
Germany - Christmas Markets
Viennese Christmas markets and ice rink - City hall (Rathaus)
Nov 29 2016
Goodbye Berlin! Next stop - Krakow, Poland.
Apr 28 2017 - Apr 30 2017
Germany Cologne Edition
Next stop - Copenhagen, Denmark!
May 25 2017 - May 29 2017
D-Day 🙆🏼 The dream was finally here, Me & Jenni were finally moving to Germany, TOGETHER and I was so anxious! After a quick (standard) airport panic: overweight suitcases, stripping at security and trying so hard not to lose our passports amongst the handbag junk (Jen you had your hairdryer in there) we started our journey. Cork - London - Nürnberg🙈 our adamancy to give ourselves "plenty of time" in the airport totally backfired as we were left in London with hours and hours to kill and only £10 that Margaret Meehan had found somewhere at home to feed ourselves (which needless to say we demolished after the first 3minutes of landing) The procrastination got real and after 6? odd hours of zooming in to eachothers face on Snapchat, we finally made shapes for
Sep 05 2015 - Jan 30 2016
Auf Wiedersehen Berlin !
Oct 13 2015 - Oct 15 2015
Winter in Europe
"The end of a journey means the start of another." Stay tuned my next trip... 😎
Dec 21 2016 - Jan 06 2017
Det är en lång resa som vi åkt
Jun 20 2016 - Jun 26 2016
Wherever I may roam
Wanting what you can't have and don't wanting what you can is probably the most ridiculous behavior there is, in my opinion. It's not that I don't do it, I know I do. Maybe even more than others. I have the urge to go for the unknown as I wrote before. But second on the list might as well be the unreachable. The unreachable is always interesting to me. It dares me to try get the furthest I can. Tasting from something that I really want, but don't have (yet) is something that thrives me to go on, try harder. I think I'm not alone here, showing this behavior. From a young age my mom would use the technique of telling my sister to not eat her food to seduce her to actually do eat it. And she mostly succeeded too. Same with some or most of my friends nowadays. Guys who are unreachable, or who simply have no interest are found way more attractive. Now I wonder. Why don't we feel attracted to those guys? I mean they should be appreciated most, when you ask me. Why is it we experience it as uninteresting when it's obviously not? Do we always want to fight for something? And when won, are we then satisfied? Or do we keep on wondering. Keep on looking for the better? I guess it's that. Improving, innovating, renewing, refinding is all we do lately. And change for me has always been good, so I'm totally for this process, but when is it enough? Me writing this I don't even know what the answer is I want. I'm just very much aware of that we should be happy with what we have right here right now.
Sep 23 2016 - Jan 31 2017
Jul 08 2016 - Jul 24 2016
My short stay in Europe
Travelling alone has its perks, it's genuiely quite fun and thrilling. It only gets hard when others remind you of past shared experiences. Mindlessly resting heads on one another, waiting for the plane.
Dec 19 2016 - Feb 09 2017
2015 Christmas Adventure - Germany
Germany has a lot of scenic places! A country that is worth exploring ✨ ..and I definitely need to come back! Now off to Prague 🚞
Dec 21 2015 - Dec 26 2015
Challenge Regensburg (Germany /Austria)
Burghausen The weather wasn't great this morning, so decided to ride to Burghausen instead of Salzburg, away from the rain cloud. Cycled thru farm lands, maize fields, goose farm (that isn't around 5 years ago). After we came down from Burghausen, we followed the Salztech along the German bank to the monastery - Kloster Raitenhalsen. Decided to have lunch here as the next stop Dorf Wirtahaft Asten is an hour ride away. The food here is pricy but good. We ordered the roast pork with bread dumpling, turkey with potatoes and egg mushroom salad with bread made from the monastery. The roast pork skin is crunchy and yummy, the turkey is cooked just nice and the egg mushrooms (only available In the high ground) is simply delicious. After lunch, we continued our journey uphill to Austen where we stopped for peach cake and coffee. On way back to Ostermiething, we made a quick stop at the Tittnoming castle before continue our journey along the Salztech back to Paul's place.
Aug 09 2016 - Aug 27 2016
Germany Frankfurt Part 2
Dec 03 2016 - Dec 17 2016