Hotel Garni Am Uenglinger Tor
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... from one of our previous wifi stops at
McDonalds (we buy the cheapest items on the menu just so we don't
feel guilty!), it looked nice enough and was situated around a small
lake, plus it was the cheapest we could find!
between Wolfsburg and Kellerwiehl was pretty dull, the only highlight
being the low flying eagle up above... there didn't seem to be much
around at all, including the town / ...
... good fish.
Early afternoon, we went back home only to turn around to head over to Potsdam where we met with more relatives to take a two-hour boat ride on the Templiner Lake. It was a very relaxing and scenic boat ride. We even met a famous German movie star on the boat, but nobody could remember his name!
After the boat ride, we went to a ...
... as it is being renovated.
We went to Manufaktura which is apparently the largest European culture, entertainment and shopping centre located at the premises of a revitalized Israel Poznanski's manufacturing plant. Mom was determined to find herself a new dress and so I scouted out the shops that may have something suitable for her before dragging her around the huge mall. She eventually bought herself two new dresses ...
... won´t have to haul it through train and bus stations on this trip. Horst was waiting at the airport to meet us and we had a lovely one-hour drive to Brandenburg. We were greeted with a glass of sparkling wine before having some "Kaffee und Kuchen". Then it was time for lunch ... white asparagus soup, Kassler, potatoes and white asparagus in a brown butter ...
Today we traveled to Wittenberg via rail. What was supposed to be a 45 minute train ride turned into about an hour and a half due to our poor knowledge of the transportation system. Regardless, we made it to Wittenberg and began our day. Wittenberg is an elegant town rich in history. As the "ground zero" for the protestant reformation, there are many tourist attractions built around the profound life of the ...