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Travel Blogs from Tangermunde
So we left our
campsite at Wolfsburg following a bit of a rainy night, (I need to
make a fix for the leak above my head when asleep, if only I could
work out where it is coming from – Thats a joy of classic car
ownership I guess!) around 10:30 and decided to make a middle
overnight stop between Wolfsburg and Berlin, our next big city stop.
We had found
... with a nice cup of tea, followed by afternoon tea! I did take a sample of the Quarkkeulchen up for Colin but he missed out on the afternoon tea.
We then joined a galley tour, one of the most interesting tours of the week. How six chefs prepare such outstanding food from a galley that small is beyond belief.
We only had half an hour to explore Magdeburg so just walked to the bridge and back before returning to ...
... garden shed and garden seats. And on her little table was a tablecloth with a map of Australia painted on it! As soon as I mentioned that paul, julien and i were australian and pointed to where we live, she was over the moon. She told us that her sister goes to Adelaide quite frequently and that she loves it.
We all had a swim together and then we began our journey home to Berlin..
It was such a great weekend, one of ...
Technically, we could have slept in today. However, we woke up fairly early. We had a leisurely morning. Horst, Jutta, Mom and I went into Brandenburg this morning and Jutta went with Mom to get her hair done while Horst and I wandered around the city center. After that, the four of us went for lunch at Beetzterrase Restaurant which overlooked the Beetz Lake. We had ...
... from late primary school right through high school.
But just like us with French, they'd learn Russian but never use it so very few learnt it to the stage that they would become conversational.
She also told me that Russians were stationed in Magdeburg just about the whole time that the DDR existed. It's hard to imagine how different things must have ...