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12th July 2010

trip of a life time
This is a trip you both will never forget, also a eye opener, to all the wonderful sites and to relive the history that most people only dream about. You both have met people that will be friends for the rest of your life. Most importantly, you found out that no matter where you traveled too, there is no place like home.
From Blog: the last day
11th July 2010

See you both soon. :)
From Blog: the last day
11th July 2010

omg!
your so awesome..love you so much! cant wit to see you!! michael leonard and his wife are coming too!! so blessed to have you good friends!!! cant wait to have pennsic with you again!!
From Blog: the last day
11th July 2010

Hugs
I am so happy for you both! What a wonderful experience. And a great preparation for marriage; whatever troubles you have in the future, you can look at each other and say "At least we're not in a tent in the rain!" Lots of love, see you at the wedding! Picking up your present today. :-D :-D :-D
From Blog: the last day
7th July 2010

cool!
glad to hear from ya again!! yeha that trip really sucked....but alls well now...were so ready to get home tho. take care!!
From Blog: dublin
7th July 2010

Long trip!!
Hey, glad you got into Dublin eventually! I slept for most of the day aswell.. Vincent the other guy is off travelling to Wexford today. Well have a good time here, i'll be checking back to see how things went!
From Blog: dublin
5th July 2010

also...
the idea that they have to wait is also bullshit..serious illness..you go to the head of the line....and ambulance gets you to the head of the line.....its just a load of bs if they say anything bad about the healthcare in britans......old people get to ride free on all buses and trains!!!! and the healthcare is extended to everywhere in europe as well...if yoru sick on holiday..no worries.......seriosuly.
30th June 2010

Old Sud, etc...
Make sure you go by Old Sud. I don't think there is an entrance fee and it is AWESOME!!! One of Henry II castles. You can see the entire works, although none of the buildings are still standing. It is situated on an old Roman fort with works that are even older than that. I think I know the hill with the horse you are talking about. We went by it on our way to bath from Salisbury.
From Blog: to pewsey!
23rd June 2010

hugs
Wow I have been reading these every time you posted, feeling like I am there with you guys, and just now noticed how to reply! Hugs!! We miss you guys!!!! when are you coming back? I hope you guys dont have to come home early! Sorry we cant help, with Michael in school and Pennsic we have nothing to spare. p.s. oooooo dont go to the red light district, you may think the bed bugs are nothing compared to what you could find there :P
19th June 2010

LOL
Once a bouncer always a bouncer...LOL I hope she feel better soon.
19th June 2010

So sorry
Sorry to hear that she's making even unwanted "friends" on your travels. Do you have to treat your own bedding now? I hope the meds work. BTW, I've heard that there's lots of fun to be had in Amsterdam on a Saturday night. ;)
17th June 2010

lolz
heck yeah!
From Blog: paris!!
17th June 2010

gotta see for free in Paris
Make sure you guys go to Napoleons tomb! It's awsome! I really enjoyed it when I was in Paris
From Blog: paris!!
16th June 2010

Cluny
You've got to see the Musée National du Moyen Age Thermes de Cluny de Paris, AKA The Cluny. The building itself is amazing (Roman). The Unicorn Tapestries are there. They are quite lovely. My favorites. And make sure you get croisants. You will never feel the same about crescent rolls again!
From Blog: paris!!
15th June 2010

Quote of the trip
"paris is as cool as doctor who's bow tie"
From Blog: paris!!
13th June 2010

heck yeah!
love you too! cant wait to show em to ya!!
From Blog: gimmelwald
13th June 2010

Beautiful
I can see u are in wonderland can't wait to see all the pics when u get home love u both
From Blog: gimmelwald
3rd June 2010

I love crazy hats. They aren't really in period for me, but I <3 <3 <3 them!
3rd June 2010

Kutna Hora
"Hora" means "mountain". Regarding the word "Kutna", it sounds similar to "kutat" = "to mine" and many people think this is the right meaning; but in fact it comes from Cuthna Antiqua (the older name - like 13th century - of the town), meaning "and old cape". Because according to a legend, there was an old monk, who once went for a walk in the woods and found three silver rods sticking out of the ground. He covered them with his cape and ran back to the monastery to tell the other monks, and this is how silver was discovered in Kutna Hora and the mining began. So, its "Cape Mountain" :)
From Blog: kutna hora day 1
2nd June 2010
archaeology 007

fibulas
these are the kind i was talking about them finding them on the bodies at hip level..instead of neck level
2nd June 2010

wedding
we cant wait to see you too!! itl be awesome!
2nd June 2010

brooches at pelvis level
we didnt..as it wasnt the burial we saw..but a display of a skeleton adn where things were found on the skeleton..if you think it would be worth it i can go back adn ask to just go in to take a pic of that display
31st May 2010

and I miss you!
It's raining here too. Supposed to be a brass band concert in the park tonight, if it isn't thundering. Holding a tuba to your lips in a thunderstorm would just be silly. Really looking forward to seeing you and attending the wedding.
31st May 2010

Pelvis brooches
Did you take pictures of the clasps at the pelvis? Would be great documentation.
25th May 2010

Thanks for lighting the candle for dad.
From Blog: Hallstatt

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