Eurotour 2012: Part I

Hey, I went to Europe again. And three months later I finally edited my photos. However, there are very few as I (1) was busy chaperoning high school students (2) was revisiting many places I already had photos of and (3) was relying on my friend to take most of the pictures and for them to turn out amazing since we had the same camera (and they did). I also did not take any video (I AM KICKING MYSELF IN FRUSTRATION); however, my friend did from France onward but it is probably super embarrassing and for that reason is yet to be viewed.


GERMANY! (This is probably half-Sprite.)


Dinner every night in the biergarten.


Heilig-Geist-Spital (Holy Spirit Hospital -1332), Nuremberg.


Schoner Brunnen Fountain (1396), Nuremberg. And the children waiting in line to spin the rings that supposedly give you good luck..


The stadium at the Nazi rally grounds.


PRAGUE, Czech Republic.


Medieval Astronomical Clock


In general… I didn’t like this city much. But the art nouveau gorgeousness kinda overrules any negative aspects.


We took a day trip to Terezin (a town turned into a concentration camp turned into a fake town to trick the Red Cross).


This is all fake! There is no running water connected to these sinks.


Where the boxcars full of prisoners would arrive…


Err… uhh… my only picture from Italy.


The Dordogne River valley, my favorite part of France.


It has a monopoly on the world’s supply of cute towns.


I noticed this part of a stone wall alongside a cemetery that seems to have been made out of repurposed tombstones…


St. Cirq-Lapopie, France

(Part Two)

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