We Ended in Milan
Back home now. Europe has two new favorite locations for me.. Rome and Prague. I felt like I woke up in a beach town of So Cal, but it was Rome. Sadly I didn’t get to see the Coliseum, but I definitely plan on returning someday. I had pasta 3 nights straight and enjoyed every ounce.
Prague has to be the top coolest looking city we visited. Much of the architecture is from the 1300s. The town had an open market the day we were there and I had another chance to grab a fresh hot cinnamon waffle. We saw this astronomical clock hit 5pm and everyone watched as the clock went through it’s giant coo-coo clock-like event and a trumpet player blasted away.
But now that I’m back in the US, I’ve got other things to attend to. Aaron asked if I could sit in for The Almost this weekend in Dallas. I’m stoked. It should be a lot of fun. Nothing like playing some rock that’s right up my alley.
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