Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Hello From Soest, Germany

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Dear Readers,
I have been in Soest, Germany since Saturday for a family reunion.  The occasion was the First Communion of my cousin's son, Fynn.
Soest is a beautiful little city with wonderful old houses, some of which date from the 1500's.  Most have been lovingly restored.
I thought you might like to see some photos.
And here is a picture of Fynn on his big day.
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8 comments:

Ferran said...

Katia again on European soil... for a very good reason; congratulations :) Hope you are enjoying your time in Germany!

Greetings from Barcelona (on vacation)

Anonymous said...

I see Max as a small boy in that photo.

Anonymous said...

Great photo's.
And we just held First Communion service for the neighborhood kids back home here at St Paul's. It is Spring time!

Katia said...

Springtime, indeed, though today is definitely colder and the next few daycare supposedly going to be rainy.

And yes, there definitely is a family resemblance.

Katia said...

Ferran, will you be in Berlin next week-end? I am heading there on Friday.

Anonymous said...

The town looks good. In April 1945 the town suffered heavy allied artillery fire. The train station was bombed by the British.

Margaret said...

The old architecture looks amazing. I wonder what the inside looks like.What an enchanting visit!

Miss Tejidos said...

Wonderful!!
I love the photos. Germany is a really nice country.