Mario and I celebrated our 8th wedding anniversary today by exploring the area of Triberg which is located in the Black Forest area of Germany. It was a beautiful day full of summer sun. We arrived in the morning and explored the town of Triberg. We headed towards the waterfall which is Germany’s highest waterfall. It falls 160 meters down into seven cascades of the valley. We hiked up to the top of the falls seeing the town below and then walked our way back to town. On the way out of town we stopped at the worldest largest cuckoo clock. From Triberg we traveled the small distance to Dorotheenhutte - the last active glassworks of Black Forest in Wolfach. We were able to make our own glass vase. They give you the opportunity to blown in the stick which helps the vase to grow, it was super neat! Also there was a museum where you learned about how glass is made, but of course it was all in German, so I looked at alot of pictures! A great adventure which I shared with my hubby!
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