Travel Tuesday

Hello!

I’m so excited to post the first of many posts that will focus on — travel! That’s right, folks, J-Wick and I will be headed overseas in May 2014. In the interest of not sounding snooty, it is only because of some very, very fortunate financial circumstances and generosity that we were able to even consider this trip. We are so grateful for this opportunity, and we know that it may be once in a lifetime, so we’re going to enjoy it. We’ve always heard that we should travel while we’re young, and we’re so blessed that we will be able to!

Let’s start with this beautiful little schedule:

Day 1: Start Tour

Day 2: Hello London!

  • British Museum visit
  • Churchill Estate at Chartwell visit

Day 3: London Landmarks

  • London Guided Sightseeing Tour
  • Buckingham Palace
  • Big Ben
  • Houses of Parliament
  • Westminster Abbey
  • Tower Bridge
  • Hyde Park
  • St. Paul’s Cathedral
  • Cabinet War Rooms with Churchill Museum visit
  • Imperial War Museum visit
  • Travel to Portsmouth
  • Overnight ferry to St. Malo

Day 4: St. Malo

  • Mont-St-Michel Monastery guided visit
  • Travel to Sainte Mere-Eglise via Carentan
  • Sainte Mere-Eglise – Tour Director-led city walk

Day 5: Normandy–Paris

  • Point du Hoc
  • Utah Beach
  • Omaha Beach
  • American Cemetery visit
  • Travel back to Paris
  • Champs-Élysées
  • Eiffel Tower Ascent

Day 6: Paris Landmarks

  • Louvre visit
  • Notre Dame Cathedral visit
  • Left Bank Tour Director-led walking tour
  • Tour Director-led Sightseeing Tour of Montmartre
  • Visit Sacré Coeur

Day 7: Paris–Brussels

  • Group-arranged worship
  • Travel to Brussels (via Compiegne)
  • Armistice Museum visit
  • Langemark German Cemetery visit
  • Brussels Tour Director-led Sightseeing Tour
  • Grand Place, Manneken Pis

Day 8: Brussels–Luxembourg

  • Travel to Bastogne
  • Bastogne Historical Center visit
  • Travel to Luxembourg
  • American Cemetery/Patton’s grave visit
  • Luxembourg City Tour Director-led city walk

Day 9: Luxembourg–Munich

  • Train to Munich
  • Dachau Concentration Camp & Memorial visit

Day 10: Salzburg Excursion

  • Eagle’s Nest Excursion
  • Salzburg City Walk
  • Dinner in Salzburg

Day 11: End Tour

J is already apologizing for the fact that he will be completely focused (ha, get it?) on photography for most of the trip and I’ll rarely see him. But, we are travelling with many dear friends so I’m sure I’ll find someone to walk with.

I plan to post interesting sites we will see, tips for travel, packing ideas, and, of course, travel-ready style! I’m so excited for this series of posts. It’ll give me something to focus on so I don’t get too impatient for May to get here! I have a countdown in the sidebar.

Happy Tuesday dears! Where has been your favorite vacation so far? Where is your dream vacation?

Petite Peach

P.S. – This is the Eagle’s Nest. Wow.

eaglesnest

 

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