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Rain-swollen rivers did not cause problems for us. Our ark just floated a bit higher than we would have otherwise. But it did cause problems for people living along the shore. When we were docked in Belgrade (at the confluence … Continue reading
In Serbia, having heard that Dalmatia is part of Serbia, I was tickled to see a Dalmatian on someone’s leash. Jerry and I both got pictures of it. His is better. My dad once said that every dog in … Continue reading
We had a wonderful tour guide in Serbia. For one thing, she was a great story-teller. For another, her English was excellent. She said her name was (what sounded like) Nevana, but she said tourists always get it wrong so … Continue reading
Regensburg, Germany. This is St. Emmeram’s Abbey, a Benedictine monastery founded about 739, with braided vineyards and reflections. It is now a residence and its modern name is Schloss Thurn and Taxis but I like St. Emmeram’s Abbey better. Old … Continue reading
Meals on the Embla were exquisite, on the Aegir slightly less so. Every breakfast offered, along with the standard cereals, omelets, waffles, assortment of sausages, breads, and cheeses, made-to-order pancakes, French toast and Eggs Benedict. Plus there were two tasty … Continue reading
Another picture that tells its own story, a story I only realize it tells when I look at the picture I have taken. It makes me laugh when I look at the little drama being played out around the focal … Continue reading
Brenton Dickieson writes a blog called A Pilgrim in Narnia, “a journey through the imaginative worlds of C.S. Lewis.” Check out his post today on Belgium, “You Are Here: My First Afternoon in Leuven” at http://apilgriminnarnia.com/2014/09/18/leuven/. Brenton is teaching Christianity … Continue reading