Traveling Abroad

Photo Post: August 16th – August 19th

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First Meal in Vienna – this is also the cafe in which I thought I saw a car drive through the airport.
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Example of Graffiti seen throughout Europe
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Example of Graffiti seen throughout Europe
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Inside the Frankfurt train station…this really doesn’t do it justice
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Train from Frankfurt – old fashioned type train. Hallway and each set of six seats has a door.
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Coca-Cola in a glass bottle – smallest one I’ve seen. Coca-cola and Fanta are the only soda sold in Europe.
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Original shrine where the Schoenstatt movement started by Fr. Joseph Kentenich – individual post about the Retreat to come
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Michelle and I with the image of Mary of Schoenstatt. Title: Mary Thrice Admirable
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Monschau – didn’t get bombed during WWII so none of the original buildings can be torn down. These homes are so old the oak beans are starting to bend.
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Monscahu – another beautiful view in the city.
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On our way to the Netherlands we stopped in Monschau and visited a shop where they blow glass and sell their art/dishes/home goods. My jaw was on the floor for about 30 minutes.
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Monschau – glass penguins
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Monscahu – glass roosters.
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First cologne to ever exist (middle bottle) on display in Monschau.

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