Vienna Photo Dump

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Even though we spent nearly a week in Vienna, it almost felt like we didn’t do very much. We did attend 2 concerts and visited a few museums (mostly for Klimt & Schiele). And there was a very big New Year’s Eve party!

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SAPA Market in Prague

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Here’s something you don’t see everyday: a truly MASSIVE Vietnamese shopping complex–in Prague. Imagine four Costcos divided into hundreds of shops, vendors, and markets, then surrounded by several strip malls. It greatly reminded us of the souks in Marrakech, but with less ripoffs. Sadly, we didn’t have enough time to try some “Czech pho”.

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Munich Photo Dump!

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Munich photo dump!

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Neuschwanstein & Hohenschwangau Castles

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Neuschwanstein & Hohenschwangau Castles

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Florence Photo Dump

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Florence Photo Dump

Lots of great art, and some of the best food in Italy

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Pisa & Lucca Daytrip

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Pisa & Lucca Daytrip (a.k.a. “How many silly/dumb photos can we take at the Leaning Tower?”)

Pisa & Lucca are neighboring towns about an hour away from Florence by train. Pisa is well-known for its tower (we didn’t climb up), but there are several buildings in the area with beautiful medieval & gothic architecture. Lucca is a cute little walled-in medieval town swarmed by local tourists doing their Christmas shopping.

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Rome Photo Dump

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Photo dump!

Rome is an awesome city, there is just so much history packed into one place. We’ve felt like our entire trip (the history of all the places we’ve been to) has been based around the rise and fall of the Roman empire. It’s surreal and feels like a completely separate dimension, but nope, it actually happened here!

This past week we’ve been to ruins, catacombs, more churches (I don’t think I can get sick of those), museums, and walked through medieval streets. Bernini is everywhere! We watched an opera rehearsal and a Baroque concert. And we found our favorite gelato place.

We’ll try and write more blog posts when we can!

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