'The Lullaby of Treble Castle' part 2"The Lullaby of Treble Castle"'The Lullaby of Treble Castle' part 2 in Scraps More Like This
Rachel Doughtery was never the type to oversleep. She always had something to do, somewhere to go, and some hoops to jump through before her days were ever over. Today was the first day she could remember where she just didn't want to get out of bed. Even after her eyes opened, she didn't just shoot straight up to get ready to go. At first, she wasn't exactly sure where she was. After thinking about it for a few minutes, the pieces started to come together. She retraced the steps in her mind.
Rachel and her friends were trying to travel across France to reach Frankfurt am Main, Germany, to reach the world-famous opera house where they were to join up with other high class singers in a concert that could very well further their careers in singing. However, the car Alyssa rented broke down in the middle of a thundershower, and they needed some place to sleep. The bed she laid in right then was where she remembered collapsing. What a day it was.
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Alyssa flapped open her road map for what she felt must have been the thousandth time all ready. She had specifically asked for that map in English, but was given one in German. Just her luck. It was probably an accident, but it was frustrating enough. She was mad at both Linda and Arianna for having taken so long in the Louvre Museum in Paris, getting their group separated from everyone else.
"Let me see the map," Rachel said, snatching the map from Alyssa's hands. "Who made you the navigator?" she asked, looking at it. "We've got to go north-east. We've got a way to go. Frankfurt's north-east of here."
"You girls are lucky my dad doesn't care about his credit cards, or we'd be stranded!" Alyssa shouted at her three companions, but Linda and Arianna were in the back seat of their car playing on their handheld games. "You two have cost my dad a few thousand dollars, you know."
"It still doesn't make you the most qualified to navigate," Rachel grunt