Alt Wernigeröder Hof
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Lots of rain was predicted (and fell) this morning, and I needed to let my knee rest from the hike, so I slept late.
Did not feel like going to nearby caves either...
Walked around Quedlinburg some more, discovered that a flea market was on (I had wondered what all the campers and caravans were doing on that field the day before).
Bought some nice vintage stuff at that flea market.
Cute liquor glasses ...
... After a drink at a cafe annex home-turned-restaurant I walked back 3.4km on flat land alongside the foresty ridge. I passed a funny apple plantation on the way, where apparently you could pay money, go into the plantation by car, and then pick apples and fill a whole basket with apples of your choice... or so it seemed from what I saw.
Back in Blankenburg I had hot ...
Rain was predicted.
I walked around all the little hidden streets of Quedlinburg, climbed a watchtower, had coffee at a cute cafe.
Walked around some more at random and through parts I had not seen yet.
It started to rain, so I sat in a cafe for an hour or so reading and having big beer. Very pleasant and leisurely day, waiting for a dry day to do another forest / mountain hike. ...
Looked around the town, had expensive, not-so-good coffee on the touristy main square (staff was a bit snooty too). When I asked whether they had wifi for the guests, she looked at me like I had just escaped from a lunatic asylum. No wifi anywhere in this whole Harz region, not that I could find anyway.
Lots of rain kind of limited the options ...
I am so glad I chose to stay in this town, it is so beautiful and peaceful!
I got recommendations in a forum and the apartment in Quedlinburg was the nicest-looking, right in the center in an old half-timbered house, and affordable.
On Tuesday I went to the fachwerk museum. Interesting to read about that profession because my ancestors in the 18th century built half-timbered houses. ...