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31 Jul, 2009

Europe Part Two: Germany

Posted by: Scott In: The Rally

It was a long drive, but driving through Germany was quite the scenic experience. Tons of small towns, perfectly arranged, with old churches and castles everywhere. We had plans to meet up with some friends of mine whom I met a couple years earlier in Austin. Jarrett had just finished his PhD in Astrophysics and had moved with his new wife, Kristi, to do a post-doctorate in Munich. They had gladly offered us a place to stay for the night, and in return we offered them a drive to the Czech-Out party the next day, to be held in a castle south of Prague, Czech Republic.

We ended up in Munich a bit behind schedule as our vehicle couldn’t keep up with the 130KPH speed limit on the freeways. At around 10:00PM we met up with my friends and had a bite to eat at a local Italian Restaurant while catching up with each other.

Pictures have been posted in the gallery.

    3 Responses to "Europe Part Two: Germany"

    1 | Kathryn Anderson

    July 31st, 2009 at 9:32 am

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    Loved the pictures you posted July 31st. So beautiful! And the back seat looked spacious and comfortable…too funny!

    2 | Eiko

    August 4th, 2009 at 10:56 pm

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    So nice to see Kristi and Jarrett in the pictures!

    3 | Scott

    August 6th, 2009 at 8:33 am

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    More pictures coming soon!

    @Eiko: Yah, we had a great time with them. Collin really liked them too.

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