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The German countryside reminds me alot of home. It is mostly fields and animals among operatic tiny villages. Just like back home, there is plenty of space between each living area. Although, there are a few more hills and some truly beautiful rivers with stone bridges scattered about. There are also many windmill farms. These people are very eco friendly having solar panel ...
... Lonau and stopped at the Kaiser Pfalz. The city of Glosar and castle were amazing.
Once in Lonau, we had a marvelous dinner with Bernd and his extended family, including his aunt and uncle.
Our breakfasts were always beautifully presented -- we were never hungry.
The hike in the National park Harz - was great. ...
... It was nice there were hardly any people there, so you could really take everything in without the crowds of a tourist attraction. Then to break the silence we were going to miss our bus, so we had to run out of there. Overall, the exact number of people who died at Bergen-Belsen POW and concentration camps is difficult to establish. Almost 20,00 prisoners died at the POW camp. Their bodies were buried 600 meters from the camp. At least 52,000 people died at ...
Originally we were going to go see the Bergen-Belsen POW & Concentration Camp. However, we found out the bus doesn't run on Sundays and all the car rental places are closed on Sunday. Therefore, we headed into town to see if anything is going on and to just hang out. Well, since it's Sunday and some countries still believe in a family/rest days, most everything was closed. In other words, there is nothing to do. We did find a cafe that was open, so we got coffee and cake. The cakes ...
There are almost 500 half-timbered houses, which make this town look like your traditional & cliche German town! Our first stop in toeing the town (besides the cute shop we found and bought scarves) was the Ducal Palace. The foundation walls are from 1292 and was the residence of the Guelphic dukes until 1705. The palace was pretty cool and they had some actual furniture that used to be in the palace when it was being used. There was also a small exhibit dedicated to ...
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