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... translations. The 26 written lines are from the Book of Kings in the Old Testament.
Another amazing treasure- an ivory ceremonial comb from King Henry I...and the Jug of Kana. According to local tradition, this is one of the alabaster jugs in which Jesus Christ is said to have turned water into wine at the wedding of Kana. Had to believe these rare and precious items still exists today.
... you on the steep inclines. The views alone were worth the hike. You could see the entire valley from the castle courtyard.
After touring the castle, we spent the afternoon roaming the beautiful streets and shops. We even came across the smallest house in Wer*****ode. It was built In the 18th century and the door measures only 5'5" tall. The only room in the house had a total living area of 107 square feet! Not big enough for ...
... We really weren't meant to go to Clausthal Zellerfeld! But what we saw looked lovely and we're muchos chuffed we got to see a little of what Northern Germans call their "mini Black Forest". Reading the guidebook and driving through, we can definitely see why one would want to holiday here! We left pretty soon after we arrived as we were tired and hungry, worried about the van functioning, and still had 90 or so miles to ...
... a walk down through the spa town. the gardens and flowerbeds were lovely. the main thoroughfare was pedestrianised, with lots of trees and a stream running down one side.
It reminded us both of somewhere we had visited before.... and then it came to us..... it is very like Zakopane in Poland! ...
... sharing the good times together. Here we stayed overnight and were treated like royalty. Such family Henry has been privileged to meet all over Germany. We are so spoilt! Opa Heinrich Betschel's family consisted of 12 children. This is the order they came in: Fritz Lenchen (Magdalene) Bertie (Barbara) Lischen (Elizabeth) Nickolaus Rosa Heinrich Ishmael Sophie Marta Hans Paula 9 are deceased, but the three youngest are still living ...