Where does the time go? It’s hard to believe my six weeks adventure is almost up. The good news is that I have thousands of photos (literally) to remind me of my trip.

In this post, I’m sharing a few of my favorites.

Rooftops. I’ve no idea why they captivate me so. (Dettelbach)
I love seeing where alleyways lead. (Rothenburg)
Churches, iron gates, cobblestoned courtyards–so many pictures! (Dettelbach)
Love, love, love photographing windows! (Dettelbach)
One of my favorite parks has a lovely garden and statuary. (Rothenburg)
Another iconic German town. (Bamburg)
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Notice how high the door handle is! This is one heavy church door! (Bamburg)
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I took a lot of pictures this time looking up. A new curiosity for me. (Dresden)
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Old-looking buildings and iron gates. Most of this East German city was destroyed in the war and has been rebuilt. I counted 16 cranes across the city skyline. (Dresden)
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The best views are always from vineyards on the hills. (Dettelbach)
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Nobody’s gonna be climbing this tree! (Dresden)
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The Main River stays busy with barge traffic. (Dettelbach)
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Another cellphone pic from the window of our apartment. (Dresden)
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Pedestrian bridge in Würzburg.
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I had to snag a photo of this interesting bloom! (Würzburg)
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I took this with my iPhone after my camera battery died! (Würzburg)
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The local blue heron. (Dettelbach)
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Met these two on an early morning walk by the river. (Dettelbach)
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Freshly baked lebkuchen. I can’t wait to get home and create a gluten-free version! (Munich)
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Why does my all-time favorite beer garden and all-time favorite gluten-free beer have to be here? (Prague)

Once I get home, I’m sure I’ll spend a long time going through all of the pictures and maybe even framing a few.

Prost!

Also, check out the previous posts I’ve made since arriving!

Immersion Is the Best Way to Develop Foreign Language Skills

Celebrating 29 Years of German Reunification: “Tag Der Deutschen Einheit”

Visit to Germany Requires Gluten, Dairy, and Soy-Free Substitutes: It’s a Baking Challenge!

Medieval City Walls, Tractor Parades & Lots of Pictures

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