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Monday morning we took our time our time getting ready and packed up our clothes that had pretty much dried overnight. Marian and Saskia had to open their store that day so we were on our own to do some more exploring. We needed to get a couple things from the store so we walked around in the shopping area but came across a park on our way. It was a cloudy and cool day and looked like it could ...
... and lit a fire to try and help it along, it helped but we still had to take it back to our hotel room damp and find a way to hang it there so it could finish drying.When we first got there we had like a tea time with a chocolate cake that Marian made. Marian and Saskia started eating healthier in January which means vegetarian and no wheat floor. They do eat eggs and some cheese if they know the environment that animals are kept in and cared ...
... food products are quite highly sought after by 20 to 40 year olds.
After seeing there shop we walked to see the town castle stopping by a Lutheran Church and the Town Hall on our way. When we got to the castle everyone but me climbed to the top of the tower(I didn't because my leg and foot have been bothering quite a bit the last couple days). When they came back down we went to the ...
... talked with his mom and she picked us up at the earlier train station so it all worked out fine. We got on the train around 8:00 am and finally got to Marian and Saskia around 5:00 pm with only the last hour being in a car instead of a train.
After checking into our hotel we walked a little ways down the street and had dinner together including Marian 's mom and her partner. It was very good and nice to visit with ...
... saw the Alter painted by Cranach. A lot of construction is being done in the city in preparation for the 500 Anniversary of the Reformation. It has a beautiful pipe organ in the back balcony. Next was a walk through the town into the very pretty square with statues of Luther and Melancthorn. On to the opposite side of town where the Castle Church was completely closed due to reconstruction. Bummer. I knew that it was closed but I was hoping we could have gotten in ...