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... we had found and they were from about 100 km further east of this market. This town was once in the old East Germany and we are told that prices in this side of Germany are usually better. We bought some yummy food of course. The market has a dish Sheree vows to replicate. It is a mushroom dish with whole mushrooms sauteed and covered with either garlic or Roquefort sauce. It's called Pilzpfanne. Sheree had both sauces. Ted finally found ...
The mountains view was gorgeous. Hitler's house was simple. He's afraid of heights so he has only been to the Eagle Nest 13 times. Eva Braun lived here for longer time. We could see Austria and Salzburg fortress from the top. The German local guide Christa told us ...
We visited friends in the stunning 'state' of Thuringia, going to Jena (famous for its links with the optics industry), Weimar (site of the eponymous republic, and Goethe) and Erfurt (home of some great architecture, the merchants bridge and old quarter) - definitely worth a visit around autumn/ winter time for its colours!
... listen to some of Bach's pieces.
After lunch in Eisenach, we traveled to Wartburg Castle. Our tour guide was a young high school graduate who's impeccable English awed all of us. We were all fascinated that she spoke so well and then she informed us that she has studied abroad in Kansas City, Missouri for a year! Wartburg Castle was where Martin Luther hid out as Junker Jorg and did the famous and ...
... artists live and work. The bridge is lined with galleries, cafes, and boutiques that are favorites to visitors and locals.
The University of Erfurt was where Luther attended university. The Collegium Maius was the oldest building of the university. It was however destroyed in 1945 but has been completely rebuilt.Our city tour ended at the Martin Luther statue where we held our daily devotions.