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Off to Vienna today

I forgot to mention a bit about the Euro Cup ... is it Euro Cup or Europe Cup? Anyway, it is crazy. When we were in Bari getting ready to leave for Croatia, Italy was playing Spain and it was a heated match. It is funny to watch groups of people crammed inside of bars or anywhere they can find a TV. I believe Italy won that game *you can hear the cheering from quite a distance. When we got to Orebic in Croatia, we were walking down a small street when this party bus drove by playing music, a few guys dancing on top. Later on that night the bus had quite the following of cars behind it after the soccer match, all honking their horns, flying flags our the window etc. We thought, wow Croatia must have won.... nope. It was tie, lol but I guess for Croatia that is a good thing. Last night there was a lot of noise out in the street as well but I guess they lost. It was funny that first night in Orebic. We tried to eat at this small cafe. No one was around *they were all crowed around a tv at the bar, and the guy actually told us to go somewhere else lol...soccer is serious stuff.

We are saying good bye to Croatia today and off to Vienna today. Sonja is celebrating her birthday tomorrow so we are hoping to hang out with a few of her friends. We found out also last night too, thanks to Mom opening the PDF at work, that Sonja got into Grad School in Regina! So we had a pretty good night, and I think Sonja is a bit tired from the no sleep. Also, she may have gotten my plague. oops.

Angela

Posted by sonjala 00:31

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I haven't been keeping up as much as I should but I'm so happy to read these updates and hear that you girls are having a great time (even being sick!)
I hope you are ripping it up over there!
Sonja, CONGRATULATIONS!!!!! I am so happy and proud that you got into grad school. That's really awesome, I bet you are thrilled.
How much longer are you guys staying over there?

by Jenn

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