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Bugger, I accidentally deleted the previous Potsdam entry. Now I need to redo it, grrr! Today we drove 45min to Potsdam to catch a two-hour Segway tour. It was too hot to do another walking tour. We asked the dozy staff about where to park, but ended up getting a ticket! The fine is only €10 but now we have to work out how to pay it. Prices in Germany are similar or cheaper to those in Oz. A $10 parking ticket in ...
... take us there
and she promptly drove us into a river. Fortunately there was a ferry on
standby so we climbed aboard and eventually arrived at the town of Werden.
After setting up camp we rode into the town in search of
some free WiFi. After riding around a bit we found a spot near the post office
and were able to catch up on the outside world.
Back to camp for yet another ...
... veins and to be different we drank them along with a Tai lunch. Yummy! We then to the Buga (an acronym for the event) Flower Festival. This is a huge multi-town Federal Flower Show including plants and water usage in landscaping. We spent a couple hours walking around viewing the various displays knowing that as the summer progressed, everything would grow fuller and flowers blossom even more.
So if that wasn’t enough of a full day, we had ...
... a Jewish Community Center. The Jews were completely obliterated during the war so the only real Jewish community now is made up of Russian immigrants, being made up of around 170 members. It was very surreal to walk through the property. Although, transformed from a home to a center with a large meeting room, offices etc., it still has a kitchen and bathroom in their original location. It appeared to originally be a 3 bedroom home with the kitchen, large ...
... of ratatouille but more peppery and spiced.
Note1: In the past few days we seem to have been following the Jakobsweg pilgrimage route with the blue cockleshell sign that we became so familiar with on our Camino trip last year.
Note2: we saw a badly injured deer as we went through an underpass under a large road. It had obviously jumped over the barrier and fallen down into the deep underpass. So sad, but we could do nothing to put it out of its misery.