November 2014

4 posts

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Seeing as I’ve been to Germany so many times in the past, I consider myself *somewhat* familiar with the fine cuisine of chocolate. After all, I’ve even been to the Lindt chocolate museum in Cologne (and I think I’m long overdue for a repeat visit!). Still, I couldn’t resist dragging Heinrich with me to Hershey, …
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Considering this part of our trip had been planned entirely around seeing Amish country, it was only fitting that we spend a few hours actually learning about the Amish. The Amish Village was basically exactly what it sounds like: it was a little collection of Amish buildings set up to look like a village (there …
This about sums it up.
The day had finally come to bid adieu to New York. Heinrich and I boarded the Amtrak train, disappointed that our time had come to an end, but at the same time excited at what lay ahead of us. Our train was destined for Philadelphia, but our plan was to immediately jump in a rental …
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When Heinrich and I got out of the subway at Brighton Beach, it felt as though we were miles away from the city (and I suppose we were quite far away from downtown Manhattan). The crowds were nowhere near what they were downtown, and the streets were lined with small independent stores, many of which …
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