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From Kennewick to Portland to D.C. to Vienna...



The past few days have been long. And, quite interesting.

Although I love my family and friends so very much, I was glad to have gotten through those goodbyes because a lot of them were pretty hard. But in a way, it makes me happy when I have difficult goodbyes to say, because that means there's people in my life that I love very much.

After sitting next to a man who talked in his sleep for nine hours, having to sprint to our connection flight in Vienna, and then arriving in Salzburg to find out that no luggage made it there with me...I'm finally here and life is good nonetheless.

The center where I'm living is wonderful and all of the staff are such quality people. I look forward to getting to know them. The group of students here is very diverse and I enjoy everyone. We've only been together for two nights, and we already have some crazy stories. It makes me so excited for the upcoming year. We've made some local friends as well, and they are the sweetest.

I apologize for such an uneventful post, but I promise there's some really cool stuff to come!

I'm so excited to be immersed in the region that has been setting trends and forming fashions for the rest of the world to follow. And if you know me, then you know that this is my kind of place.

Here's some photos of Salzburg! I won't show you my room until it's fully unpacked..

This is a picture of the historic Old Town, taken from a pedestrian bridge over the river.
Horse-drawn carriages are very popular!
And an absolutely stunning Catholic Church.

Posted by Chelsolivas 15:26 Archived in Austria

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WOW! Just these few pictures have me thinking... after graduation you'll be going back :(

by Michele Roth

Thanks so much for sharing so soon pix of Salzburg. So gorgeous. Sure hope your luggage found itself to you???
It's great you enjoy the folks there! I found them to be a friendly people. Again, ENJOYYYYY!!!!!!


by Gail Merrifield

Super excited for you! Great pictures.

by Brooks

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