Thanksgiving is great. Three days off, three days of eating and relaxing. It is great to be home for this one. While Christmas has its own charm, Thanksgiving is special. It is time to take pause and reflect, time to be thankful and appreciative. Time to spend with family, time to relax and appreciate everyone […]
This post should really come with its Health Warning – this treat, which is about the size of a small polar bear, is a lot easier to order than it is to finish. Vaffelhuset is the famous ice cream shop in Kerteminde. During summer it is open until 11 pm. Day or night, rain or […]
A year has come and gone. So far we have visited 11 countries and what seems like innumerable number cities and perhaps even more restaurants and shops. We walked what seems like hundreds of kilometres on old cobble stones, consumed pounds and pounds of gelato and drunk gallons of espresso and wine. The blog has had over 22,000 […]
The Grand Canal
The Grand Canal, Rialto Bridge and St. Mark’s Square and Basilica are the most iconic landmarks in Venice They are instantly recognizable and quite amazing in their own right. The weather is fabulous, there are no crowds – a perfect day to be in Venice.
Czersk Castle Ruins
What used to be the second largest city in central Poland after Plock, is now a small medieval village of about 600 people just outside of Warsaw. The Gothic castle had great military importance, and was built like a fortress. The ruins of this castle, which was originally built in the early 11th century, are all […]
Cakes and Presents
After a great dinner we headed home for cakes, coffee and presents. This was a great birthday and while we could not have everyone we would like to have here it was still a happy day for Boris.
Happy Birthday Boris
Big day. Boris is turning 14 today and his wish was to spend time with friends and family at L’Osteria. I think everyone was only too happy to oblige. We still love the pizza and the atmosphere there, and so does everyone we take there. A great place with amazing food.
Boris took us on a little tour of the school grounds. Johannes Scharrer – Gymnasium is a school located in 3 old buildings connected by a modern atrium and a courtyard where everyone hangs out during the breaks. The school starts at 7:55 am and finishes at 2:00pm except Wednesday when it is done at […]
Johannes Scharrer – Gymnasium
Boris is signed up for school that is more age appropriate. This is the courtyard of the Johannes Scharrer – Gymnasium where people go to hang out during the breaks. This school is focused mainly on Languages and Humanities. Typically the kids will take German and English and select either Latin, French or Spanish as their optional language. Boris […]
In goes Grizzly Adams out comes Boris GQ – after a long overdue haircut.