Monthly Archives: June 2017

Hamburg

Today, we went to Hamburg, Germany with Lena and her parents. We went to a place called Miniature Wonderland. They’ve spent more than 760,000 hours creating these little villages that highlight various countries around the world. We saw the US … Continue reading

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Germany šŸ‡©šŸ‡ŖĀ 

Today we came to the point of our entire trip, we were reunited with our Lena! It was so good to see her and meet her Germany family. (Except for Sarah, whom we will meet this weekend).  We had a … Continue reading

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Ice Cream for Dinner?!Ā 

We started the day off with going to Hellbrunn Palace and to its water games. Basically, the Arch Bishop (in the 1600’s: the ruler of the palace and city) he wanted to trick his friends and visitors by making trick … Continue reading

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Cog railwayĀ 

This is Carson. Today, we went on Austria’s steepest cog railway in St. Wolfgang. It was very awesome. It had awesome views. It was cool to be on the train. Then, we went into town and walked. There was a … Continue reading

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SalzburgĀ 

Today we toured Salzburg, we saw the Von Trapp mansion and Mirabel Palace from the Sound of Music, the old town section of Salzburg, The Salzburg fortress, many churches, amazing architecture, Mozart’s birthplace and ended the day with another fantastic … Continue reading

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Day 3…lots of travelingĀ 

Today we woke up early again (5:00 am) and left Switzerland. We headed to Austria by way of Germany so we could visit an awesome castle. We left Anton (Bernadette’s father) behind because he had to work. Monica (Bernadette’s mother) … Continue reading

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Our “Big Day” in SwitzerlandĀ 

Today was our “big day” in Switzerland. We woke up at 5:00a.m. (which was way too early) and we went to Lucerne where Carson got to see a really long covered bridge! The buildings and architecture here are amazing. The … Continue reading

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