Travel Blogs from Tangermunde
... the site was
situated, we had second thoughts about staying there but decided to
We arrived just
after 13:30 and when shown the site was very impressed, we were given
various options of where to stay and opted for the side of the lake
occupied by only one other caravan!
going to be much to report from here, which there isn't apart from
the fact the ...
... forest mushroom veloute, then the entree of lemon sorbet in sparkling wine. Main course was 'Tournedo Rossini' grilled fillet mignon in a madeira truffle sauce, finished off with white chocolate and cherry pudding or pear strudel. Finally we had home made petit fours with coffee. We were joined by the Washington DC group. During conversation it transpired they had all been on holiday together to Ireland, playing golf ...
... laughed and danced away to Some awesome bands, all playing doors music.
The bands finished at about midnight and then the party moved downstairs... to .. wait for it... a bunker!! - converted into a club! ohh this Was so cool! A DJ played the night away as we danced and sang to classic hits until about 7am. Yes the sun was almost up..
The next morning (sunday) we all slept till midday and then lay on blankets on ...
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 ...