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... fossils of sea creatures.
Thanks to the longstanding excellence of Göttingen physics, its department has scientific instruments which date back to the late 1700s when Georg Lichtenburg became the first professor dedicated to experimental physics in Germany. There's also a nice display of apparatus used by Gauss and Weber for their invention of the first electromagnetic telegraph (1833). ...
... and sizes, simple to ornate - we even saw one decorated with miniature light bulbs. It was fun selecting all the little trinkets to fill her cone - a Kinder egg and gummy bears (Germany candy essentials!), princess and horse decorated school supplies, mermaid band-aids, a pink glittery ball that lights up when bounced, and more.
We delivered it to her at the start of ...
... ever. He presented a list of 23 problems at a meeting in Paris in 1900, only 10 of which had been completely solved. His simple grave states only his name and "Wir mussen wissen, Wir werden wissen" which translates to "We must know. We will know." His only son was handicapped and is not buried there with his mother and father - the whereabouts of him were unknown to our guide.
... empty otherwise.
We were getting to know a few of the other riders doing the whole Weser trail to Bremen or even to Cuxhaven on the North Sea, They are often older couples, but also a number of women doing the tour on their own. It was nice to have a chat with a few of these riders on our rest stops.
Today with the wind we managed to ride only 17km before the lure of an isolated little riverside cafe at Reileifen stopped us. We watched a group of ...
... and refreshing. Much to Max's relief, we did not go FKK as Melina wanted.
We were getting tired by the time we reached Hoxter, a fairly large and bustling market town. We had an afternoon kaffee and kuchen and watched storm clouds building up in the south.
It was getting late, so we had to find a place for the night. We decided to squeeze an extra few kilometres into the day so headed off to the next town, Holzminden.
The storm caught up as ...