Hotel Garni Im Propstei Vorwerk
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... already bought too much...". He said: "Well that is no problem at all, just give me that bag and buy new stuff!"
Other than that sat at various cafes having coffees and beers and reading my captivating book. Nice to have so much time to read.
And perhaps it's because I know I'm leaving tomorrow, but it has been enough, and I miss my cats. Enjoying this last day, but also looking forward to being home ...
In another part you actually walk on top of the rocky ridge, in a foresty bit. After much deliberation I wanted a challenge and some active exercise, and decided upon the hike on top of the ridge.
Or I could have chosen a whole different walk from a detailed map but I was very curious about that Devil's Wall.
I drove to Blankenburg (about ...
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. ...
Looked around the town, had expensive, not-so-good coffee on the touristy main square (staff was a bit snooty too). When I asked whether they had wifi for the guests, she looked at me like I had just escaped from a lunatic asylum. No wifi anywhere in this whole Harz region, not that I could find anyway.
Lots of rain kind of limited the options ...
... the ancient materials and then if someone needs a door, they have a choice of a 1000 ancient, original doors.
Someone asked why all the street names have a point (full stop) behind them. The guide explained that Quedlinburg wanted to change the street names in the past, but Berlin ruled: "no, they are staying the same, full stop!"
So they decided to take that very litterally. :-)