Photos: A Family Trip to Germany & Austria

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Photos
The Christmas market in the picturesque main square of Trier, Germany.
The Old Bridge in Heidelberg, Germany.
— Courtesy Ron Wetsch
Ron and Deanna Wetsch in front of Neuschwanstein Castle with their children Caitlin (21), Andrew (18), Olivia (14), and Lauren (11).
— Courtesy Ron Wetsch
The town hall in Marburg, Germany.
— Courtesy Ron Wetsch
There weren't a lot of restaurants open in Heidelberg on Christmas; we went into Palmbrau Gasse, a small quaint place where we ate flamkuchen, a German-style pizza made with crème fraîche rather than tomato sauce. After a long, cold day of hiking around Heidelberg and the castle that overlooks the town, it was absolutely delicious.
— Courtesy Ron Wetsch
Ettal Monastery.
A street in Oberammergau.
— Courtesy Ron Wetsch
An aerial view of the snow-covered town of Heidelberg.
— Courtesy Ron Wetsch
The Bavarian town of Lindau.
— Courtesy Ron Wetsch
In Bavaria, the Wetsch family spent part of an afternoon visiting the Wieskirche (church) in Wies.
— Courtesy Ron Wetsch

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