Vacation #WotW

For this week’s Word of the Week, I was briefly tempted to choose “screenless” again. I left for a short vacation with my husband on Wednesday, and took my computer fully expecting to have Wifi at the hotel. Well, the short story is we do have Wifi, but only one device can use the Internet at the same time and we need to go down to the TV room to have any signal. We didn’t find this out until today, so I was a bit frustrated at first. However, since I ended up being screenless for only two days, I’ll go with the bigger picture and choose “vacation”.

We drove six hours from our home to southern Germany on Wednesday. Because of traffic jams, we ended up driving for almost nine hours. We planned on going to a Celtic museum in Stuttgart on our way to the Black Forest, but we arrived there just after its closure at 5PM. Now we plan on going there tomorrow on our way back home.

On Thursday and today, we went swimming at a large pool. I loved the bubble bath feature. Yesterday, we also visited a mountain and went on a cable car ride up the mountain and then down again after a short walk. Today, we visited a prehistoric village museum near Lake Constance. We arrived just in time for a tour and listened to a very knowledgeable woman telling us all about prehistoric living or our modern-day interpretation of it. My German and English aren’t good enough to remember what she said and translate it correctly.

The vacation certainly wasn’t the healthiest of trips I’ve made so far, despite the swimming pool. I ate French fries three times so far, bought at least three bags of candies, and when we were still hungry yesterday night, we stopped at a fried chicken stand where they had the tastiest chicken legs. Then again, my muscles ache from all the walking and swimming. Oh, and now I’m glad I’m not a travel blogger, for I had to look up quite a few words.

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