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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 ...
... ready for a quick dinner as we knew we were expected at the concert. The lady Rabbi who sang is a trained opera singer so she not only has a wonderful voice, she has a powerful
voice. We got there just as it was ready to start. Dr. Overbeck was waiting out
front and guided us upstairs to front row seats. As the program started, the Music Director introduced some of the town officials including the town lawyer and congregation leader Feliks both of ...
... of the money was from grants as the property has historical significance.
Feliks was also wanting our blessing for a special plaque to be put onto the front of the building describing the Synagogue that was destroyed by the Nazis as well as paying tribute to our Grandfather who was the Rabbi. That's when the politics started. Felix was adamant that he didn't want to talk politics but that is what it was. There are a number of small monument tiles ...
... 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.