Well, Alyssa has studied amongst the ancient ruins of Rome, swam in the blue waters of Mediterranean at Sperlonga, took a bike tour through Tuscany, a gondola ride in Venice, dined in the sidewalk cafes of Paris, admired the Davids at the Louvre and the impressionists at the Orsay, sampled the varieties of beer in Belgium, visited the Ann Frank house in Amsterdam, toured the Guinness Brewery in Dublin, walked along the Berlin wall in Germany, and seen Switzerland decorated for the holidays, but tomorrow she'll be traveling to the destination most dear. Not for it's art, culture or history, but because it's home.

  1. Mom
    December 17, 2010 -

    Auwwww. This made me cry. I am very happy to have my beautiful baby girl coming home tomorrow. And I am so proud of her journey (and jealous)! WELCOME HOME ALYSSA!

  2. Aunt Joann
    December 17, 2010 -

    Welcome home Alyssa. We all missed you and looking forward to see you over the holidays. Love Aunt Joann

  3. Pat
    December 17, 2010 -

    Welcome back!

  4. Anonymous
    December 17, 2010 -

    Welcome home Alyssa. So happy to hear you've travelled all over Europe. It must have been quite an experience. Next time though you need to bring along a mature travelling partner, like maybe ME!!!! Happy homecoming and see you Christmas Eve......

  5. Maisie
    December 17, 2010 -

    oops, got so excited to see you home I forgot to put my name. I'm not really anonymous.....

  6. December 17, 2010 -

    What a lovely post, Larry! Have a beautiful holiday with your family!

  7. Cha
    December 18, 2010 -

    Welcome back can't believe I visited u there! Love you!!!