Travels, 2014: Germany, Czech Republic

I decided last year to do short (<500 words apiece) posts highlighting little tidbits from my travel abroad during the summer of 2014. I wrote these while I was on the road, so to speak, and I plan to do the same this summer. The topics vary widely, from travel planning to visiting bookshops and historical sites and castles. My most impactful days in 2014 were my visits to the various Jewish heritage sites, which were moving and disturbing. You’ll find each day linked below.

Here’s the post for June 15th, 2014: Day 1 (Utah > PA).

Here’s the post for June 17th, 2014: Day 3 (PA > NYC).

Here’s the post for June 18th, 2014: Day 4 (New York > Berlin).

Here’s the post for June 19th, 2014: Day 5 (Berlin)

Here’s the post for June 20th, 2014: Day 6 (Walking Berlin)

Here’s the post for June 21st, 2014: Day 7 (Bookshop in Prenzlauer Berg)

Here’s the post for June 22nd, 2014: Day 8 (Denkmal für die emordeten Juden Europas)

Here’s the post for June 23rd, 2014: Day 9 (New Apartment, Shakespeare & Sons)

Here’s the post for June 24th, 2014: Day 10 (Cafe day in Mitte)

Here’s the post for June 25th, 2014: Day 11 (Reflections on Pacing)

Here’s the post for June 26th, 2014: Day 12 (USA vs. GER World Cup match)

Here’s the post for June 27th, 2014: Day 13 (Cafe Day, admiring the city of Berlin)

Here’s the post for June 28th, 2014: Day 14 (Lost in West Berlin)

Here’s the post for June 29th, 2014: Day 15 (Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp)

Here’s the post for June 30th, 2014: Day 16 (Berlin to Leipzig)

Here’s the post for July 1st, 2014: Day 17 (Leipzig)

Here’s the post for July 2nd, 2014: Day 18 (Leipzig to Karlovy Vary)

Here’s the post for July 3rd, 2014: Day 19 (Ostrov, CZ – Travel Anxiety)

Here’s the post for July 4th, 2014: Day 20 (Castles and Doughballs!)

Here’s the post for July 5th, 2014: Day 21 (to Prague – and robbers!)

Here’s the post for July 6th, 2014: Day 22 (reflecting on music and freedom)

20 Responses to Travels, 2014: Germany, Czech Republic

  1. Pingback: Day 3: Pittsburgh to New York | #CaponeTeaches

  2. Pingback: Day 4: NYC to Berlin (travel day) | #CaponeTeaches

  3. Pingback: Day 5: Enter Berlin | #CaponeTeaches

  4. Pingback: Day 6: A Walk Around (some of) East Berlin | #CaponeTeaches

  5. Pingback: Day 7: Prenzlauer Berg and St. George’s Bookshop | #CaponeTeaches

  6. Pingback: Day 8: Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europas (on a Sunday) | #CaponeTeaches

  7. Pingback: Day 9: Apartment in Mitte (and Shakespeare & Sons bookshop) | #CaponeTeaches

  8. Pingback: Day 10: Cafe time in Mitte | #CaponeTeaches

  9. Pingback: Day 12: World Cup Match on the Fanmeile – USA vs. GER | #CaponeTeaches

  10. Pingback: Day 13: Writing Day, Admiring the City of Berlin | #CaponeTeaches

  11. Pingback: Day 14: Lost in West Berlin | #CaponeTeaches

  12. Pingback: Day 15: Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp | #CaponeTeaches

  13. Pingback: Day 16: Berlin to Leipzig | #CaponeTeaches

  14. Pingback: Day 17: Leipzig | #CaponeTeaches

  15. Pingback: Day 11: Oops. | #CaponeTeaches

  16. Pingback: Day 18: Leipzig, DE to Karlovy Vary, CZ | #CaponeTeaches

  17. Pingback: Day 19: Ostrov | #CaponeTeaches

  18. Pingback: Day 20: Castles and Doughballs! (July 4th) | #CaponeTeaches

  19. Pingback: Day 21: Krušovice to Praha 5 (and robbers!) | #CaponeTeaches

  20. Pingback: Day 22: Praha (reflecting on music and freedom) | #CaponeTeaches

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