Monthly Archives: October 2011


Luckily, we didn’t need to rely on our alarm to wake us up with the sun; Liam and Aden’s crack of dawn playing session ensured we didn’t sleep in too late. 

It was a little sad to leave the warm hospitality and family comfort of Susannah and Shane’s home.  After a getting the kids all riled up and drinking some coffee, more

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Awoke this morning to the screams of little boys and homemade pancakes.  Jon used the opportunities to “officially” meet his nephews even he’d met them casually a year earlier.  By 10:30, it was time to head to Bamberg for the day.  Unfortunately, Susanna, Aden, and Liam could come along.  More about them later.

Bamberg, the travel books and websites don’t do more

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The park, the train, and other notable occurrences

Day 2 in Munich, well rested, we were up early for hotel coffee and out the door by 9:00.  Our main goal for the day was to peruse the Viktualienmarkt, Munich’s famous outdoor food market.  There were butchers, cheesemongers, olivers, flower folks, a honey house, and produce galore ( a lot of which we’d never seen before, hazelnuts on the more

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You know that feeling …

You know that feeling of getting off an 8-hour flight after one maybe two hours of Benzo sleep and walking into a foreign city right into the middle of their biggest festival of the year? We agree, it’s the best feeling in the world.  We landed in Munich at 9:30AM this morning.  It’s 8:30PM and we can barely type or more

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