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Travel Blogs from Obernai
We spent a lot of time during the day touring around different towns. At one point, we were so tired (some of us coming down with a cold!) so we just relaxed in our bus. In the evening, we perform in Obernai for the French in the evening. It was a really nice outdoor concert. Some of the brass players added in a little extra tune to be silly in one of the more upbeat pieces.
After our day in Lucerne, we had dinner in France where one of our girlfriends on the trip got hit on by a woman (I think she slapped her on the butt!) After that, we went to our discoteque and it was a lot of fun and a lot of silliness (I've got special silly pictures not posted on this site...hahaha).
... of completeness and perfection.” —Council of Europe. Paris, December 1955
The semi circular chamber had acoustics that allowed one to speak without a microphone and they could still be heard. Microphones are still used for language translation purposes. Everyone is permitted to speak in his or her native tongue and it will all be translated immediately. Most of the employees of the parliament work ...
... glass was extremely impressive; it is said that during World War II seventy-four pieces of glass were taken by Hitler back to Germany and he declared the church as the national sanctuary of German people. U.S. forces later returned the glass after the war. Reading up on the history of the cathedral, the connection between the French and German cultures’ influence on the church’s history became quite clear.
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... are Catholic, yet the number of loyal believers seems to be rapidly declining. Especially with Rome being home to the Vatican, I had expected more attendance, yet all the changes (in regards to contraceptives, gay marriage, divorce and women's admittance into priesthood) being presented by Pope Francis and supported by the majority of believers seems to contradict traditional Catholic doctrine, putting the Church at odds with the majority of believers.... maybe I'll find ...