Europe – Pt1
So much to see so much to photograph and so many German sausages to eat! Not a big sausage eater in Australia but can anyone walk past those street sausage stands or open sausage shops that entice you to with their wafting corrupting smells?
There is more to Europe than sausages of course – don’t start me talking about Schnitzel’s in Vienna – I’m putting weight on just talking about it all.
The culture of all these countries in Europe are the big attraction along with the history that just oozes out of the brickwork. For example, if you walk around Amsterdam on the old cobbled streets and quaint buildings you feel like you have just stepped into a World War II movie and expect the Nazis to come marching around the corner at any minute. In many European cities the senses are bombarded with all the architectural beauty and ambiance of old world streets and coffee shops.
Do we have a favourite city? – yes we have a few but they change each time we find a new place to explore. Prague in the Czech Republic is a recent place we visited and really enjoyed.
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