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Bamberg, Germany

We decided to go to Bamberg because it sounded a bit like hamburger. That's not true but it's an amusing thought. In my opinion, Bamberg is a must see if you go to Germany. It boasts the most amazing collection of beautiful buildings, they are all incredibly old (17th and 18th century) and extremely well preserved. We spent quite a bit of time just wandering around the gorgeous streets ogling the buildings, taking a ridiculous amount of photos, and just getting lost in this stunning city.

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St. Goar, Germany

The drive along the Rhine to St Goar is quite incredible and the most amazing thing was the angle of the vineyards - how those Germans work those vineyards is beyond me. You will get sick of hearing "they are born with one leg shorter than the other"... but the thing is that even with different length legs it must be torture to pick grapes on those steep slopes. It does make the landscape just that much more staggering though, so good on those Germans!

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Sirmione, Italy

Sirmione is a typically stunning Italian town situated on Lago di Gada, which is one of Italy's largest lakes. The interesting thing about this lake is that it is shaped like part of the male anatomy (that part that men spend a lot of time thinking about). If you don't believe me, get out a map and check it out.

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Verona, Italy

Romeo and Juliet, Colosseum like buildings, cobbled streets, gorgeous Italians and flashy shops. It's easy to get caught up in the hype and touristy activity. We suggest that you get off the beaten track and explore the back streets, piazzas, churches and shops.

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