Wednesday, October 19, 2011

That's all folks

Well, that's it for my travels for now.  It's been a good run.  The desire to travel long term is out of my system for the time being, but I'm sure it will be back.  I don't have any grand conclusions to provide at this time.  I'm sure my travels have changed me a lot, but I can't put it into words right now.

I hope everyone has enjoyed reading the stories and looking at the pictures.  It was nice to let everyone know what was going on.  My motivation to write about my trips seemed to decrease the more I traveled, but I'm sure one day I'll write more about them.  I don't know if I'll make any more posts here in the near future.  Regardless, thanks for reading and adios!

Tuesday, October 11, 2011


Tower of Astronomical Clock


View from Charles Bridge

Statue on Charles Bridge

Very good beer


Tunnel on hiking path near Prague Castle

Charles Bridge

Tree in Prague park

Prague Night

Sunday, October 9, 2011


At the Katowice train station

Art near Krakow's center


Pierogi Ruskie

Old Krakow Synagogue


Jewish Ghetto Memorial

A girl who worked at my hostel gave me a hard time for asking about a good pizza place in Poland.  Two days later another girl at the hostel was celebrating her last day working at the hostel.  Guess what food my culinary critic brought to celebrate?  Pizza is universally awesome.

The main part of Krakow is encircled by one huge garden that lies where a moat used to be

St. Mary's Basilica

Renaissance Palace

Enamelware from Schindler's factory

Smoked Chicken from a Jewish restaurant called Noah's Ark

Monday, October 3, 2011


Greatest Beer Festival in Zee World

Beer Tent

They only served one type of beer in each tent and only in a one liter mug

This was on a Tuesday at around noon

Center thingy is where band plays

The rest of the festival is like a giant fair grounds

I'm pretty sure this is for kids and not adults who have been drinking beer all day

My eyes lit up when I saw a rollercoaster


Roller coast I rode

Very drunk couple in traditional Bavarian dress

Saturday, October 1, 2011


Sometimes while traveling food like this has to constitute as half a lunch.  The other half - a bag of chips.

Typical new town Dresden street

Psychologist's Office (kidding)

Path along River Elbe

Capitalism Festival

River Elbe

They're everywhere

Typical old town building

So you can show the man what he's missing out on

One of many Dresden gardens

River Archer