Only in Europe would you see an enormous, professionally-detailed chalk drawing, a "just married" bride and groom, a juggler on rollerblades, and a slew of giant bubbles floating through the air... all in the same square!
Of course when we got on the subway later, we were greeted with another musical interlude.
This time a trio (including an excellent bass player, I might add!) was entertaining the Sunday masses in hopes of collecting some spare change. Between the bubble guy at the square, and the musicians on the subway, I releived myself of 5 eu 40 this morning!
After writing for several teacher and multiple birth publications, including ETFO's Voice Magazine, Multiple Moments, and the Bulletwin, Vera turned her written attention to prolific blogging for some years, including BiB, "Learn to Fly with Vera!" and SMARTbansho . Homeschooling 4 was her travel blog in Argentina. She now spends more time on her Instagram (@schalgzeug_usw) than her blog (pictures are worth a thousand words?!)
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