Hotel Kaiserin Augusta
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... spent at the Christmas market.
We headed back to the hotel tired and happy with the wonderful day we spent here. Our joy was further enhanced when we found that our hotel had a bath tub! Oh joy. Sheree soaked and scrubbed every inch of her body for an hour. Heaven! Ted thought that would also be great so he then too soaked in the warm water and could even be heard humming. We went to bed clean, warm, full and quite happy. Life is good for the nomad ...
... of the place and about Hitler.
Lunch at the city Berchtesgaden.
Appetizer: tomato pasta and salad.
Main: potato and trout. Both taste good.
The waitresses are dressed sexily in traditional dresses. There is also a young handsome waiter. We sat outside this time.
We visited friends in the stunning 'state' of Thuringia, going to Jena (famous for its links with the optics industry), Weimar (site of the eponymous republic, and Goethe) and Erfurt (home of some great architecture, the merchants bridge and old quarter) - definitely worth a visit around autumn/ winter time for its colours!
... listen to some of Bach's pieces.
After lunch in Eisenach, we traveled to Wartburg Castle. Our tour guide was a young high school graduate who's impeccable English awed all of us. We were all fascinated that she spoke so well and then she informed us that she has studied abroad in Kansas City, Missouri for a year! Wartburg Castle was where Martin Luther hid out as Junker Jorg and did the famous and ...
This morning we went on a walking tour of the beautiful city of Erfurt. The Augustinian Monastery where Luther started his monastic life was one of our destinations. From 1505 - 1511 this is where Luther was a monk and read his first service. Sunday evening we will return to St. Augustine's church to have a reformation songfest service.
We were also able to see the enchanting Merchant's Bridge also known as Krämerbrücke. This is where a lot ...