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in his envelope, Germany - 8th August 2008

By: olgamaus

Hi,
I already found my first host. Newbie Träumerin will host me while she is sending care bare Lollipop to my Mum.

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I hope I will arrive soon at Träumerin's home. We wrote a postcard to her.

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My iterenary:
Träumerin - Germany
Blurchen - Austria
tea rose - England

* Posted Aug 8, 2008, 5:35 pm Last edited Oct 1, 2008, 2:59 pm by olgamaus [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Uhingen, Germany - 11th August 2008

By: Träumerin

Peek-a-boo, hello there, i arrived in Uhingen!!!
There was a big hello for me from little Emily. She was so happy to see me.
She tells me, that there is also a boy, called Philipp, but i have to wait, since he comes from the kindergarten.
and two hamsters but they sleep at the day.
But I could say hello to one of the Turtles. She was a little bit wondering about me *g*
Now we will go for a walk, Jessi has to go to the Doctor, because one of the hamsters bites her terrible...
see you later...

Fritzi

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* Posted Aug 11, 2008, 9:56 am Last edited Aug 11, 2008, 11:12 am by Träumerin [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Uhingen, Germany - 13th August 2008

By: Träumerin

Hello everyone...

its really nice here!
Yesterday it rains all the day, but we had a lot of fun inside, because we make creative things.

This morning, I taste my first pretzel. It tastes very good.
Now we´ll drive to Göppingen, to Emilys Playgroup...

have a nice day!

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* Posted Aug 13, 2008, 7:39 am Last edited Aug 13, 2008, 7:40 am by Träumerin [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Uhingen, Germany - 20th August 2008

By: Träumerin

Hello Mummy!

its really nice here, one time we were at McDonalds *mjam*, another time there were the friends of Philipp and Emily, and we played a lot. Yesterday we went shopping and played "Minigolf" - a lot of fun!

But the Digicam of my family here is broken, and we can´t show any photos :-(
so please let me travel to another place now...
Perhaps I´ll come back to Uhingen another time...

Fritzi

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Petzenkirchen, Austria - 27th August 2008

By: Blurchen

After a short travel I arrived today in Petzenkirchen, which´s about 100 km west from Vienna. My new host Christina´s living there at her dads house during the summer.

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I also brought some sweets, which I could give my new host. Christian was really happy about it and shared them with me and her boyfriend. =)

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I´m looking forward to see more from Petzenkirchen and Austria! =)

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Laxenburg, Austria - 28th August 2008

By: Blurchen

Here you can see us in the "Schloßpark Laxenburg" - it´s the park arround the castle in the town Laxenburg. This park´s huge!!!! You can find there a lot of interesting things - a castle, a grotto, riding-area, watherfall... and a big sea with some rivers across the hole park. It was amaing! =)

Here we´re sitting on a bridge across one of those rivers. We´ve been on our way to the castle - in the middle of the park-area.

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After quite a long walk we arrived the Island in the middle of the park. We had to take those boat to get there.

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Here we´re near the castle.

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We visited the castle, but we couldn´t make photos inside, so we can´t show you how it looked inside.
But we went on walking trough the great park and found the watherfall! =)

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After a long and hot afternoon walking through the park we had a short break. We had to relaxe before we went all the way back to the entree of the park.

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Petzenkirchen, Austria - 1st September 2008

By: Blurchen

Today Christina had a free afternoon and  it was such a nice day that she made a walk with us trough her hometown Petzenkirchen. It´s just a small town and there´s not much to see. But at least they got an old castle and a nice church. =)

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Christina also told us the legend about the name of the town and the church.
Once there was a knight and he met a bear in the forest. He prayed to god that he´ll build a chapel on this place, when he can fight the bear. He could and so he built  on that place a chapel. This chapel grow to the church of Petzenkirchen and also the town was named after this legend. “Petz”´s a name for a big bear and “Kirche” ´s the german word for church. So the town´s called “bear-church”, badly translated.

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Vienna, Austria - 3rd September 2008

By: Blurchen

Today we all have been at the reading from the german book author Ingrid Noll in the Thalia-Shop in Vienna. =)
I havn´t read any book from Ingrid Noll before, but my host Christina´s a fan from her and so she took us with her.
Ingrid Noll´s writing crime stories and just released her new book "Kuckuckskind". At the moment it´s only avaible as a hardcover-book, so Christina didn´t bought it, but she liked, what Ingrid Noll was reading from it.

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After the reading we´ve been also waiting to get the books of Christina signed. There´ve been sooo many people that we couldn´t pose with Ingrid Noll, but at home Christina took time to show us her books and the signature she got from Ingrid Noll.

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Melk, Austria - 8th September 2008

By: Blurchen

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Today we have been to the Melk Abbey in the city Melk.  We made a guided tour and learned a lot about the history from the building and the monks, who lived there. Some´re still living there.

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We´re waiting for the guide to come and show us arround.
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Inside of the Abbey

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Here we´re in the backyard of the Abbey.
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* Posted Sep 29, 2008, 3:30 pm Last edited Sep 29, 2008, 3:31 pm by Blurchen [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Maria Taferl, Austria - 10th September 2008

By: Blurchen

Next to my hosts hometown there´s this church on a hill. It´s a pilgrim place and a lot of people walk there up during the year. Luckily we could go on the hill by car - otherwise it would´ve taken us quite a long time to get there! ; )

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Here you can see  me in front of the church.
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Sadly we couldn´t go in, because the church´s in a re-building phase, but we enjoyed sitting in the sunshine and those great view we got from there!

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It´s me and the Danube! =)
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On the way back home we stopped for a minute to have a look to the castle of Persenbeug.

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Klosterneuburg, Austria - 18th September 2008

By: Blurchen

Today we made a short visit in Klosterneuburg, where the mum of my host lives. We havn´t got a lot of time, but we stopped for a short while to look at the Abby Klosterneuburg.

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Petzenkirchen, Austria - 19th September 2008

By: Blurchen

Today I´ll leave Petzenkirchen and ´ll hopefully soon reach my new home! =)

* Posted Oct 18, 2008, 11:23 am [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


London, England - 24th October 2008

By: tea_rose

After a very, very long journey, I have arrived in London, England!  I am so glad to be out of my envelope.  Today Tea Rose and I took the train into London.

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The view wasn't great here as we arrived at our destination, but I was excited to be in the centre of such a historic city!

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I slept in Tea Rose's bag while she worked.  At lunch time we went shopping for clothes. 

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It was fun sitting up there for a while, then I got bored waiting for Tea Rose to decide what she wanted to buy.  I sat here for a while

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and then my new Toy Voyager friends decided to join me.  We were all tired of waiting for Tea Rose!

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Here you can see Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth I and my old friend Nami Geneveva.  Nami and I were so excited to see each other again, by the way. 

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After a long day, Nami and I are really pleased to be back at Tea Rose's house so we can rest and catch up!

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Her Majesty joined us too, for a group hug.  My, we are such good friends already!

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Bristol, England - 25th October 2008

By: tea_rose

Today we had to get up at 5am.  After a good deal of complaining, we made our way to Bristol, in Somerset.

Our journey took some time but finally we arrived in Bristol and took a walk to visit the Clifton Suspension Bridge.  It is a Grade I listed structure which has been adopted as the symbol of Bristol.  It was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

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We decided to walk across the bridge, which involved climbing a bit of a hill. 

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But the view was fantastic!

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Before we made our way back down

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we had a look at the view over the city below.

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I was a little scared, but tried to hide it, in true Toy Voyager spirit.
It was a long way down.  We have since learnt from the Suspension Bridge's website that

"In 1885 following an argument with a boyfriend Sarah Ann Henley from Bristol threw herself from the Bridge. Beneath her billowing dress she was wearing crinoline petticoats which slowed and cushioned her fall - and she had a huge helping of good fortune ! She was injured but was pulled from the mud, eventually recovered, and died in 1948 at the grand old age of 84."

We made our way across Bristol

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seeing the Cathedral on our way

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and this rather risque creation by the famous Banksy!

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We enjoyed a long lunch overlooking the river.  Here I am with Queen Elizabeth I relaxing after our meal.

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We took another long walk, admiring some nice houses

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Afterwards we had a look at the new shopping centre.  Tea Rose quite liked the early Christmas decorations - giant reindeer!

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* Posted Nov 4, 2008, 4:50 pm Last edited Nov 4, 2008, 4:51 pm by tea_rose [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Hampton, Middlesex, England - 2nd November 2008

By: tea_rose

Today we visited Garrick's Temple.  It was built by David Garrick, a famous actor/manager, in 1756, to celebrate the life of Shakespeare.

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We saw a life-size statue of William Shakespeare, which was commissioned by Garrick in 1758, for the temple, from the sculptor Roubiliac.

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Unfortunately we couldn't take any photos inside, but we had a good look around and before we left, we bought some lavender as our contribution to the kind volunteers who manage the temple.

It was a sad day, as yesterday Garrick Villa, the beautiful house across the street where Garrick lived, had suffered very serious damage in a huge fire.  The house had been improved by Robert Adam and Capability Brown had designed its garden, and a tunnel underneath the street linking it to the Temple.  Thankfully no one was hurt in the fire, but it will be a tremendous shame if it cannot in time be restored.

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* Posted Nov 15, 2008, 12:48 pm Last edited Nov 15, 2008, 1:10 pm by tea_rose [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


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