RAMADA Hotel Schwarzheide
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Today we toured the porcelain factory on Meissen. Harry looked while I bought :). Because of demand for Chinese porcelain this factory was built in the mid 1700's..the first outside of Asia. Of course,it was incredibly beautiful and breathtakingly priced, but the artistry can't be topped. Last night we stayed in a stellplatze about 4 feet from the rivers edge. We met a lovely couple from the Netherlands who gave us valuable information about where to stay in ...
... I was worried and figured out that the U bahn could take us back to the hotel. Relieved, and thanks to the two kind German gentleman for telling us the transportation problems. Or we couldn't have made it back to the hotel by 10 pm. It was already past midnight when we went to bed, and I giggled about that mud accident before falling asleep. I was awake by 6ish and was thinking about whether to buy tickets to go to HBF. ...
... they are not poisonous. After the 3 hour boat ride we went into the town and had an ice cream before setting back to the holiday house. When we got back we went out on the boat and it was really hard to paddle because of all the slimy green weeds and the water smelt worse than cow manure. There was an apple tree and a grape vine on the property and so we had fresh grapes ...
... supposed to be seeing but their is a notation on our map of the Seven Virgins with no further explanation. About 3:30 we were invited to the lounge for a tasting of Rudesheimer Kaffee, a delicious concoction of sugar, hot Asbach Uralt brandy, and coffee topped with whipped cream sweetened with vanilla sugar and sprinkled with dark chocolate flakes. Lovely! Since Larry doesn't drink coffee, I had his too. Soon after a fabulous dinner we left ...
... with essentials, distribution of stashed food, and of putting on layers of clothing against the Silesian winter.As the men lined up outside their blocks, snow covered the ground six inches deep and was still falling. Guards with sentinel dogs herded them through the main gate. Outside the wire, Kriegies (the German names for POWs) waited and were counted, and waited again for two hours as the icy winds penetrated their multilayered clothes and froze ...