Saturday, April 5, 2008

S-P-O-I-L-E-D en Alemania

SNOW in Konigstuhl

I was supposed to write this eight hundred years ago, but not having a computer these days complicates things just a bit. Anyway, currently back at the daily grind, but I was recently (I know, 800 years is SUCH a short span of time) in Frankfurt being spoiled out of my brains and it was wonderful. Among many glorious things, here is a brief sampling of my adventures in Germ-town. I:

...had my own room with a big bed in a bomb seventh-story apartment with a riverside view.

...visited a castle where I saw falling snow for the first time in ages.

...sampled (this verb being a major understatement) schnitzel, various kinds of worschts, authentic apple streusel, German beer, gluewine, and a myriad of other tasty German dishes and pastries, the names of which I cannot for the life of me remember.

...ate real steak for the first time in over eight months (if you know my family, you should probably be wondering how I made it that long; I am also perplexed).

[Okay, I admit it. I spent about 90% of the trip just eating. Yay.]

...hacked my hair off again.

...spent time with Auntie Suzy for the first time in eight years.

...pretty much had the best week of my life. :)

The pictures do the trip more justice than this cheap entry:
Germany 1
Germany 2
Germany 3

Mil gracias a Tia Suzy for her hospitality, thoughtfulness, and generosity.
I had an amazing time.

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