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Regrann from @everythingeverywhere -  I’ve been at home now for about 2 weeks an
Regrann from @everythingeverywhere - I’ve been at home now for about 2 weeks and I’m going through all of my photos from my Europe trip. One of the most interesting places I visited this summers was on a stop I made while driving to Berlin. I stoped at Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the town of Kassel. It is a huge park (2.4 square kilometers) which took over 150 years to build, with construction starting in the late 17th century. The highlight of the park is a massive water system which starts on the top of a hill and then works its way down the hill through a series of man-made waterfalls and fountains. The waterfall in this photo was designed to look like ancient ruins.

They only run the water here two days a week in the summer, Wednesdays and Sundays, and thankfully I was there on one of the days they did the water show. The water flows for about 15 minutes and then take about 45 minutes for all the water to work its way down the hill. Massive crowds show up on the water days to see the spectacle. #everythingeverywhere#UNESCO#WorldHeritage#WorldHeritaeSite#germany#visitgermany - #regrann
30.08.2018 13:04:14
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I’ve been at home now for about 2 weeks and I’m going through all of my photos f
I’ve been at home now for about 2 weeks and I’m going through all of my photos from my Europe trip. One of the most interesting places I visited this summers was on a stop I made while driving to Berlin. I stoped at Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the town of Kassel. It is a huge park (2.4 square kilometers) which took over 150 years to build, with construction starting in the late 17th century. The highlight of the park is a massive water system which starts on the top of a hill and then works its way down the hill through a series of man-made waterfalls and fountains. The waterfall in this photo was designed to look like ancient ruins.

They only run the water here two days a week in the summer, Wednesdays and Sundays, and thankfully I was there on one of the days they did the water show. The water flows for about 15 minutes and then take about 45 minutes for all the water to work its way down the hill. Massive crowds show up on the water days to see the spectacle. #everythingeverywhere#UNESCO#WorldHeritage#WorldHeritaeSite#germany#visitgermany
27.08.2018 15:39:36
I’ve been back from Europe for a week now, tying up all the loose ends from bein
I’ve been back from Europe for a week now, tying up all the loose ends from being gone for two months. Now begins the long process of editing all my photos and writing all my stories from the last few months of travel. Oddly enough, now that I’m not traveling, my Instagram images should improve because I’m using images which have been edited and taken with my full frame camera.

This photo was taken out of the open window of a train as it was going downhill, as I was coming back from Jungfraujoch. Everywhere#everythingeverywhere#inLOVEwithSWITZERLAND #unescosardona#UNESCO#WorldHeritage#WorldHeritaeSite#switzerland#swiss#alps#mountains
20.08.2018 14:22:14
My Europe trip is almost at an end. Today I’m in Vevey, Switzerland, my last sto
My Europe trip is almost at an end. Today I’m in Vevey, Switzerland, my last stop on my trip. Tomorrow I’ll be visiting the Vineyards of Lavaux and a house designed by Le Corbusier, both World Heritage Sites. For the most part I’ve been able to avoid big crowds on this trip. Most world heritage sites aren’t popular tourist destinations, and that suits me just fine. The one massive exception on this trip was my visit to Jungfrau. Peak high up in the Bernese Alps, and home to the longest glacier in Europe. It was packed with foreign tourists. More than I’ve seen anywhere else so far this summer. That being said, the Lauterbrunnen Valley is incredible. It is up there with Yosemite Valley. My next trip to Switzerland I want to explore the valley itself more. Saturday I’m finally flying home after over 2 months in Europe. This has been a very long and busy trip and I have so much work to do when I get back it is a bit overwhelming. Loads of stories to write and photos to edit. In fact, I’ll probably be more than once a day for a while when I get back home. I can tell I’m not nomadic anymore because I’m looking forward to cooking my own food, doing laundry, and getting a haircut. This photo was taken from the Swiss restaurant at the Top of Europe on Jungfraujoch from my table during lunch. The Aletsch Glacier is the longest glacier in Europe. Everywhere#everythingeverywhere#inLOVEwithSWITZERLAND #unescosardona#UNESCO#WorldHeritage#WorldHeritaeSite#switzerland#swiss#alps#mountains
09.08.2018 16:25:01
Repost By everythingeverywhere:  I’ve started the last segment of my European Su
Repost By everythingeverywhere: I’ve started the last segment of my European Summer Trip: Switzerland! Over the next 12 days I’ll be visiting all of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the country. Today I visited my 368th World Heritage Site: The Swiss Tectonic Area Sardona. It was a pretty good hike which lasted over 5 hours and saw me climb over 2,000 feet in elevation and go down another 3,000 feet (at least). The area was stunningly beautiful and geologically fascinating. This is one of the only areas in the world where older rock was thrust on top of younger rock. Geologists are still coming to this area even after 150 academic papers have been written about this (relatively) small area. As you can see from the images (and from my IG stories) this is an amazing place to visit. Today was probably the most strenuous day of the trip as I probably won’t need to do such hikes for many of the cultural sites I’ll be visiting. Tomorrow I’m off to visit the Abbey of St. Gall, and one of the most incredible library of ancient books in Europe. Everywhere#everythingeverywhere#inLOVEwithSWITZERLAND #unescosardona#UNESCO#WorldHeritage#WorldHeritaeSite#switzerland#swiss#alps#mountains (via #appskottage.com#IGSaver@AppKottage)
07.08.2018 01:17:21
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I’ve started the last segment of my European Summer Trip: Switzerland! Over the
I’ve started the last segment of my European Summer Trip: Switzerland! Over the next 12 days I’ll be visiting all of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the country. Today I visited my 368th World Heritage Site: The Swiss Tectonic Area Sardona. It was a pretty good hike which lasted over 5 hours and saw me climb over 2,000 feet in elevation and go down another 3,000 feet (at least). The area was stunningly beautiful and geologically fascinating. This is one of the only areas in the world where older rock was thrust on top of younger rock. Geologists are still coming to this area even after 150 academic papers have been written about this (relatively) small area. As you can see from the images (and from my IG stories) this is an amazing place to visit. Today was probably the most strenuous day of the trip as I probably won’t need to do such hikes for many of the cultural sites I’ll be visiting. Tomorrow I’m off to visit the Abbey of St. Gall, and one of the most incredible library of ancient books in Europe. Everywhere #inLOVEwithSWITZERLAND #unescosardona#UNESCO#WorldHeritage#WorldHeritaeSite#switzerland#swiss#alps#mountains
04.08.2018 09:31:10
The last few days of traveling through the Swiss Alps has been spectacular! Thes
The last few days of traveling through the Swiss Alps has been spectacular! These are some of the most picturesque mountains in the world and as well as some of the most accessible. This was taken on the Bernina Express train which goes from Filisur, Switzerland to Tirana, Italy. Today I visited the historic Abbey of St. John in the village of Müstair, with its Carolingian and Romanesque artwork. It is also one of the few places in Switzerland which speaks Romansh, one of the four official languages in Switzerland along with German, French, and Italian. Speaking of Italian, I’m currently on a bus to the town of Bellinzona, an Italian speaking part of the country, to visit two world heritage sites over the next few days. #everythingeverywhere#inLOVEwithSWITZERLAND #UNESCO#WorldHeritage#WorldHeritaeSite#switzerland#swiss#alps#mountains
02.08.2018 16:05:55
I’ve started the last segment of my European Summer Trip: Switzerland! Over the
I’ve started the last segment of my European Summer Trip: Switzerland! Over the next 12 days I’ll be visiting all of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the country. Today I visited my 368th World Heritage Site: The Swiss Tectonic Area Sardona. It was a pretty good hike which lasted over 5 hours and saw me climb over 2,000 feet in elevation and go down another 3,000 feet (at least). The area was stunningly beautiful and geologically fascinating. This is one of the only areas in the world where older rock was thrust on top of younger rock. Geologists are still coming to this area even after 150 academic papers have been written about this (relatively) small area. As you can see from the images (and from my IG stories) this is an amazing place to visit. Today was probably the most strenuous day of the trip as I probably won’t need to do such hikes for many of the cultural sites I’ll be visiting. Tomorrow I’m off to visit the Abbey of St. Gall, and one of the most incredible library of ancient books in Europe. Everywhere#everythingeverywhere#inLOVEwithSWITZERLAND #unescosardona#UNESCO#WorldHeritage#WorldHeritaeSite#switzerland#swiss#alps#mountains
31.07.2018 06:15:42
I’ve started the last segment of my European Summer Trip: Switzerland! Over the
I’ve started the last segment of my European Summer Trip: Switzerland! Over the next 12 days I’ll be visiting all of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the country. Today I visited my 368th World Heritage Site: The Swiss Tectonic Area Sardona. It was a pretty good hike which lasted over 5 hours and saw me climb over 2,000 feet in elevation and go down another 3,000 feet (at least). The area was stunningly beautiful and geologically fascinating. This is one of the only areas in the world where older rock was thrust on top of younger rock. Geologists are still coming to this area even after 150 academic papers have been written about this (relatively) small area. As you can see from the images (and from my IG stories) this is an amazing place to visit. Today was probably the most strenuous day of the trip as I probably won’t need to do such hikes for many of the cultural sites I’ll be visiting. Tomorrow I’m off to visit the Abbey of St. Gall, and one of the most incredible library of ancient books in Europe. Everywhere#everythingeverywhere#inLOVEwithSWITZERLAND #unescosardona#UNESCO#WorldHeritage#WorldHeritaeSite#switzerland#swiss#alps#mountains
30.07.2018 19:53:29
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