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WHERE WE ARE STAYING IN MUNICH, FLORENCE AND ROME

Last week I shared with you the places we are staying in London and Paris.
  Today I have some pictures of the places we are staying in
 Munich, Florence and Rome.

This is the hotel where we will be staying in Munich.
It's called Hotel Eder.
Isn't it pretty?



This breakfast looks so yummy and an adorable
dining room to eat it in too.



source for photos of Hotel Eder


We will be staying in a hotel in Florence as well.
This one is called Hotel Alba.



I'm guessing that this hotel really captures the feeling
of the city and it has a yummy breakfast spread as well!  : )



source for photos of Hotel Alba


Our last city will be Rome.
We have booked a small apartment called La Gensola in the
historic district of Trastevere.



By the time we get to Rome, I think it will be nice to have
a little more room to spread out considering we will be experiencing
quite a bit of togetherness on this trip if you know what I mean!!


source for photos of La Gensola 

We're really hoping all of these places turn out to be as nice
as they look in the pictures.

This will be my last post before we leave but I do have a couple
posts planned for while we are away.
I'll try not to bore you with a million photos when we get back,
but I'll definitely have to show you some of the highlights!

As always, thanks so much for visiting!
~ JoAnne

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  1. I hope you have a wonderful trip. We have traveled to all of these cities and loved each one. One of our favorite places in Florence was Boboli Gardens. Thank you for joining the Share Your Style party and have fun.

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  2. Looks lovely, JoAnne. Have a safe and wonderful trip!

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  3. I will be anxious to hear about your trip JoAnne! We went to Germany & Paris last December and had the most wonderful time!! I fell in love with Germany and its old world charm! Have a great time!

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  4. What beautiful places you have chosen, and I hope that they are as wonderful in person as in photo! Have a safe and wonderful trip, and certainly can't wait for your photos when you get back! :)

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  5. I am so envious. I had hoped to be taking a European vacation this year, but we are paying for our portion of a wedding in July. Hopefully next year.

    Have a wonderful time.

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  6. Have a wonderful vacation JoAnne! It looks like you have planned an amazing trip. Can't wait to see all your photos when you return.

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  7. JoAnne each are charming and quaint places. You can tell just how much time, research and consideration you have given in booking these places. You and your family will have an amazing and intriguing European vacation that will enrich your lives. Thank you for sharing with us and it will be delightful to see all your photos.
    xo,
    Vera

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  8. have a great trip!

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  9. looks like you've got quite a trip planned. enjoy!
    b

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  10. Hi JoAnne, Have a wonderful trip, make great memories and while in Munic, eat some "Weißwürste" (these are typical Bavarian sausages) with pretzels and sweet mustard and drink a "Hefeweizen" (special kind of beer). Enjoy your vacation!
    Julia

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  11. Oh, but we're dying to see your millions of pictures when you're back. Have a nice trip!

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