European Vacation: 9 Countries, 10 Cities, 27 Days, 12,500 miles


Having just returned a few days ago from my month-long European Vacation, I’d like to share a photo from each of the ten Cities I traveled through.  I’ll be going more in-depth in future posts about my experience of taking a group of travelers through Europe, my feelings and thoughts, challenges and delights!  The photos are in order of Cities visited…

Here’s most of the group (a couple of people’s flights were delayed or missed) (for the Eastern Europe portion) in front of St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague.

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Within the Hofburg Palace Complex – Vienna, Austria

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The cute old town in Bratislava, Slovakia

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Parliament Building (2nd largest in Europe), Budapest, Hungary

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The Metro in Munich, Germany

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Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Copenhagen, Denmark

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View from within the City Hall, Stockholm, Sweden

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Viking Ship Museum, Oslo, Norway…

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Top of Mt. Floiben, Bergen, Norway with my group for the Scandinavian portion of the trip…

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I have so much to share with you and can’t wait to catch up on what you’ve been doing!

32 thoughts on “European Vacation: 9 Countries, 10 Cities, 27 Days, 12,500 miles

  1. Looks like you had a wonderful trip. Btw, when i Germany, did you visit Cologne, too? As someone born and raised in the Rhineland and having been to university in Cologne, I “need” to ask that question. 😉 It’s good to see you back again. Looking forward to more pictures.
    Best regards from Fredericksburg/TX,
    Pit

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