Category Archives: Austria

The start of my posts, my traveling through Europe.

A weekend for relaxation…

NOT! For about the second time ever, I stayed back in Austria and didn’t travel at all this weekend. I didn’t even hop on a bus. Oh yes, this was completely intentional, and why? Because of FINALS. Oh the Misery. … Continue reading

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Germany

Family is wonderful. It’s something you would think I already knew, being the youngest of eight and having many nieces and nephews already lining themselves up for Christmas presents. Oh December 2nd-4th, such a short time, just 2 half days … Continue reading

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Switzerland

Did I really write nothing of my journey to Basel, Switzerland on the weekend of November 25-27? Nothing of how we boarded the bus at 4:39am , (Oh how my sister hated me for it), and then traveled until 4:00pm, … Continue reading

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The Pilgrimage to Rome and Assisi

Sunday the 20th I got back from another 10 days traveling abroad. This time, instead of France, I went to Italy, and this time I was there with all the students who are spending this semester studying in Austria. Our … Continue reading

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Entschuldigen sie

Today I went to the store with Patience. Chocolate was on sale, so I bought four Milka bars. Then I was going to buy cookies but I had to walk by the Austrian worker, so I politely did my best … Continue reading

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The happiest place on earth…

This past weekend I braved the known. It wasn’t the unknown, because I already knew the horrors of traveling to Paris. Catching buses. Hours on trains. Dozens and dozens of euros floating off into the distance…Overnight trains. It took courage, … Continue reading

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Prague

Since Monday the 24th of October, I’ve done a lot that I have failed to document for you, so I’ll try to catch you up on my life in Europe. That was a full school week, with the addition of … Continue reading

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