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April 6, 2000

field study tour

Tomorrow morning at 8am we leave for our Geography class field study tour to Austria (Salzburg and Vienna) and the Czech Republic (Olomouc and Prague). The itinerary for our trip is here. Easter Break starts Friday, April 14th as soon as we're done with field study in Prague. Our plan for Easter Break is to see Bratislava (Slovakia), Budapest (Hungary), Ljubljana (Slovenia) and Zagreb (Croatia). Here's a graphical representation of my next 19 days of travel:

easter break
(Click for larger version; red line = geography class trip, blue = easter break)

Since my last web site update I've been on a bunch of trips:
-Middelburg, the Netherlands for a bike trip
-Venice, Milan and the Cinque Terre (Italy)
-Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland

Pictures from these trips are here:

I'll be offline until Tuesday, April 25th. We have classes until Friday the 28th, then final exams from May 1st through 4th. After that I think we're going to Spain for 3 weeks or so. I should be back in the US around May 26th. This semester sure has flown by!

Posted at 14:57