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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
... Italian restaurant for an exquisite Italian dinner where we had our own private room . It was literally like having a family reunion ... there were close to 30 of us and I met second cousins for the first time. We had a lovely meal with about 7 - 8 courses and had a chance to visit with lots of relatives. We got back home by 11:30 PM and spent more time visiting.
After another late night, I managed to sleep in a bit longer today. It was a nice, sunny day in Lodz. We discovered the proper way to pronounce this city is "woodge". We had a great breakfast at the hotel and checked out late morning. We visited St. Matthews Evangelical Church which is the only Lutheran church in Lodz. It was built between 1909 and 1928, so it's quite possible that Mom attended this church. It's not in use at the ...
... won´t have to haul it through train and bus stations on this trip. Horst was waiting at the airport to meet us and we had a lovely one-hour drive to Brandenburg. We were greeted with a glass of sparkling wine before having some "Kaffee und Kuchen". Then it was time for lunch ... white asparagus soup, Kassler, potatoes and white asparagus in a brown butter ...
... Luther. Among those we visited were the Lutherhaus, which was Martin Luther's primary residence and now converted into a museum; St. Mary's church, where Martin Luther regularly spoke and in 1521 was the home of the first ever Protestant church service; and the popular Castle Church where Martin Luther famously posted his profound 95 Thesis. Entering the town square, there were many medieval'esc merchants selling pottery and ...