Photos from Germany

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Minatur Wunderland

The Miniatur Wunderland is a massive three model train world, with lots of detail and day/night cycles.

Travemünde

Travemünde is a resort town an hour north of Lübeck that has miles of sandy, sunny beaches.

Lübeck

Lübeck has a long rich history as one of the world's Hanseatic Cities, which were powerhouses of trade many years ago.

Hamburg

Hamburg is Germany's second largest city and is a quick 50min train ride from Lübeck.

New Year's In Berlin

There's a lot of history in Berlin, one of Europe's largest cities with over three million people.

Copenhagen

Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark and home to lots of interesting places and things to do.

Amsterdam's Museums

A couple of photos from the Rijksmuseum. I also went to the Van Gogh Museum but photos were not allowed there.

Spring break around Rome, Tolouse, and the UK

Starting from Hamburg, we flew to Rome, Tolouse, Dublin, Edinburgh, and finally London, staying 2-3 days in each location.

An afternoon in Wolfsburg

Photos from the Autostadt in Wolfsburg, where we went after touring the VW plant loacted there (photos were not allowed in the plant).

Spring Weekend in Berlin

Photos from Berlin over the first weekend of May.

Weekend In Cologne for CSD

Cologne's Christopher Street Day parade is one of Germany's largest pride parades. Be warned, some photos are a bit risqué.