Hotel Am Anger
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... met Bernie Betschel (another cousin - brother to Lydia) and went on to his place in Schoerningen. What a wonderful and warm welcome I received. Nothing was too much trouble for this lovely family. Bernie and Katerina provided a mouth-watering meal with all the trimmings and in the afternoon their daughter Marlene, son-in-law Tobias and grandson Arvid also came for coffee and kuchen! Lots of talking, laughing, looking at ...
... seventies for €2 for 4 pieces.
A set of one earthenware pitcher, 6 cups, and 2 big beer mugs, all together for €15.
And some Playmobil for my nephews and nieces that will take a thorough bath at my home before I give them. :-)
One oldish guy at the flea market was funny. He told me, if I had any questions about his products, just ask. I showed him my heavy bag, "You have some nice wine glasses but ...
... 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. ...
... confusing where you should buy tickets and I thought it wouldn't be far to walk and I could do with the exercise after drinking so many milk coffees and beers. :-) But the climb was very steep and pretty taxing.
But it was worth it, it's a beautiful castle, with loads of rooms all decorated with many details of various ages, and explanations.