Europe Food

12th Aug. 2011

So in 3 weeks we will be heading to Europe!  I am getting very excited and have even started my packing pile. Here is the start to the pile.  I have no clue what kind of clothes to bring.  The average highs where we are going range from 68 to 72 degrees.  Which if sunny and humid could be shorts/capris weather but if cloudy/non-humid could be pants and jacket weather.  I am also planning on getting by with 5 outfits and 2 pair of shoes.  Last time we brought 6 outfits but since we will be gone less time I figure 5 should be plenty. Well here is my packing pile: And because I am an anal about planning here is the list of books and maps Derek and I have bought. For me we have:  Rick Steves Vienna/Salzburg/Tirol, Lonely Planet Central Europe, Streetwise Map Vienna and Streetwise Map Prague. For Derek we have:  DK Eyewitness Travel Vienna, DK Eyewitness Budapest, and Rick Steves German Dictionary. I know it is a crime, but I rip up the books I buy before we leave and just take the parts I will use.  I figure by the time we go back the book will be outdated and I wouldn't use it again anyways.  Derek will take the whole Eyewitness books to read more information about the sites we are visiting.   And because I know I am going to ruin my diet over there here are a few of the foods I am most looking forward to eating,  yum! [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="717" caption="Figlmuller Schnitzel"][/caption] [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="470" caption="Sacher Torte"]Sacher Torte[/caption] [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="800" caption="Apple Strudel"][/caption] [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="819" caption="Huge German Pretzel"][/caption] [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="396" caption="Nuremberger Sausage"][/caption]   [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="512" caption="Goulash from U fleku in Prague"][/caption]

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