Hotel am Bahnhof
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... like Clint Eastwood (Uh huh). Go ahead….make my day!
Before we left, we were reminded by Dr. Overbeck that we were invited as
special guests to a presentation by a renowned Cantor doing a recital at the
local Church that evening. We left with an incredible “wow” feeling.
After lunch we then toured the Euthanasia Museum, much to our hesitation. At first we couldn't believe there would be such a thing but ...
... of the trip arrived late last evening with his wife Trudy and their daughter Julie, now in her 20's. There are meetings set up with the City Manager and the Mayor to meet us and tour us. The other thing that never resonated with me was after my Grandfather's Synagogue was destroyed on the infamous Crystal Nacht (when the Nazis destroyed every Synagogue they could), he was the last Rabbi to ever serve the town. The family home is now a museum which we will tour. ...
... run along a farm access road through Schartau to Niegripp. Syd had found a camping place right next to the path out of Niegripp but it didn't appear on the map. The alternative was a campsite on the Niegripp See 2.5km from the village, but it was not clear how to get there. Eventually we discovered a path alongside the canal rather than riding on the very busy main road to Burg. When we arrived at 2pm the reception was not open ...
... 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.
... tent area (most of the site is for caravans and motorhomes) and had a latish lunch (we had a banana sandwich just after 11so that was not too bad).
After lunch it clouded over and became quite cool. We walked to the town over the pedestrian bridge (the campsite and small marina are on a small island in the river) to look at the impressive cathedral (Dom) on the hill but it was off limits, including the gardens, because of ...