The short answer – yes. Churches, that is, as we did last year on a Danube River cruise. It all began in Prague…

It didn’t help that over half of these churches were named St. Stephen. It continued across four countries – Czech Republic, Germany, Austria, Hungary.

After a while, architectural styles – Romanesque versus Medieval, Baroque versus Gothic – ran together in a blur.

Churches that took hundreds of years to build or had been partially rebuilt under a new ruler often contained aspects of multiple styles.

On the last day, we pleaded with the ship’s captain, “Please no more churches!” Ah, but just one more…

Have you ever overdosed on a travel theme? What was it and what stories came out of that adventure? Let’s hear those comments, travelers!


Yvonne
Yvonne

Yvonne is a freelance writer, photographer, dedicated foodie, and gardening plantaholic. Travel is her passion and addiction. She writes fiction in romantic suspense and psychological thrillers, coaches creatives about their businesses and their books, and studies human behavior and the natural world as a nerdy lifelong learner.

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