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Visited Feldheim. Feldheim is a self sustaining village. They use wind power for electricity, and biogas to heat the homes of the village. They even make money off of the extra electricity they generate, about 100,000,000 megawatts. Visited a small village next to Feldheim. Went to a house that was built in the 1540. Went on a two hour walking midnight tour of ...
... and field and swimming. The American boys even had a chance to learn at bit of handball.
The rest of the afternoon was spent touring downtown Magdeburg and free time to explore on our own. The boys played a pick-up game of basketball while we sat and had cappuccino while people watching.
Tomorrow is Weimar and Buchenwald.
... home to to us for the next 10 days. They live in a little town just outside of Magdeburg and their home is simply charming…surrounded by all types of beautiful flowers.
We were there just long enough to drop our bags and then we were out to door once again headed to a group welcome dinner. We were able to sit and visits with our host families and
... made a beautiful sight.
We had chosen a campsite in advance and instructed the
“***** in a Box” to take us there. This she did with absolute perfection,
unfortunately she forgot to phone ahead to make a booking so we ended up at a
campsite without vacancies. After a brief meeting we decided on another
campsite in the nearby town of Wernen, instructed the ...
... Behind where she sang, was one of the largest pipe organs we had ever seen. The pipes had to be some 20+ feet tall. Her pianist that works with her played the organ. After about 45 minutes, there was an intermission and then we were led downstairs again to a front row seat where the second half of the performance was done with a Grand Piano. She has such a wonderful voice! After the performance, we were introduced to her as well as her husband, also ...