Hotel Garni Im Propstei Vorwerk
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... unique stores on our way. We had a few more things to do in our room to get ready for tomorrows train ride and then we met them again for a very delicious dinner at a local restaurant. After dinner they took us for a short walk to an old monastery near our hotel. We then went back to our hotel said our good-byes to Saskia as she would not be with us when Marian brings us to the train in the ...
... picnic was great with a lot of delicious food. We started with a bunch of sweet Bing cherries from the cherry tree in their yard, while we were waiting for the charcoal to get ready we picked and ate as many as we wanted. They were delicious and were also the ones Marian had put in his chocolate cake. Then came the main meal it started with pasta salad made with non-wheat rotini, then we had grill pork chops that were seasoned a traditional ...
... some rearranging of suitcases to get the weight right and they had to do some grocery shopping so we went our own way for a couple hours before meeting up again for dinner across the road from our hotel. After dinner a few last things needed to get packed before we took the kids to the Bernburg train station where they were being picked up to be brought to Berlin so they could catch their plane in the ...
... talked with his mom and she picked us up at the earlier train station so it all worked out fine. We got on the train around 8:00 am and finally got to Marian and Saskia around 5:00 pm with only the last hour being in a car instead of a train.
After checking into our hotel we walked a little ways down the street and had dinner together including Marian 's mom and her partner. It was very good and nice to visit with ...
... translations. The 26 written lines are from the Book of Kings in the Old Testament.
Another amazing treasure- an ivory ceremonial comb from King Henry I...and the Jug of Kana. According to local tradition, this is one of the alabaster jugs in which Jesus Christ is said to have turned water into wine at the wedding of Kana. Had to believe these rare and precious items still exists today.