Ringhotel Schloss Tangermuend
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We started the day visiting the local high school, specifically a class that has been working on adding German subtitles to a movie that was produced with my Uncle's involvement in the 1990's. This film initiative came sometime after Schindler's List (themovie) became so popular worldwide. Steven Spielberg thought it would be very appropriate to tell more stories relating to the Holocaust so he helped create an organization called the Shoah Foundation which ...
... and bathroom on the ground floor. Much of the property has been updated but there are a number of original components as well including some floors, stair railings and doors. It was easy to imagine my mother and family eating dinner in the dining room which is still in its original configuration. Steve reminded us that the dining room is where my Grandmother prepared the welcoming home dinner for my Grandfather after he was released from prison, planning on ...
... Ringfurth we stopped for our coffee break. From there it was paths and quiet roads to Rogatz - with a very pleasant few kms through some woodlands and lots of frog noises in the Alte Elbe wetlands (we have come to call them kookaburra frogs because of the sound they make).
We arrived at the Rogatz ferry at 12:15 when they were on their lunch break, so we decided to have ours as well. After the ferry crossing it was ...
... Tangemunde, then a 1.5km walk through the town, because of the cobbled streets, and down to the small marina, our small tent place for the night. We pitched our tent right on a high bank with a good view of the town. After lunch and a short rest we strolled back into town taking some photos and going to Lidl to collect things for the evening meal. It became cloudy with a cold wind during the afternoon. For dinner we had fresh tortellini, cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, and a ...
... 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 ...