Ringhotel Zum Stein Worlitz
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... church where he preached and had lunch at a little restaurant near the towns main square. At the end of our walk was the Catholic Church where he nailed the theses to the door. Unfortunately, the church is undergoing extensive renovation and is currently closed in preparation for the 500th anniversary of the 95 theses next year. You may have noticed I said earlier ...
... any moment which it did so mid afternoon.We found the things we needed then went to Marian and Saskia's store where we ordered pizza and had lunch with them. After spending a couple hours there having lunch and watching Saskia make the personalized dog collars and seeing the fresh meet case full and Marian serving the customers we wondered slowly back to our hotel in the rain browsing through ...
Sunday Fred got up about an hour before me and went for a walk to try and find a church we could attend. One held services ever other week switching off with another one and many seemed to be closed. One was catholic and it looked like the service was at 10:00 but when we tried to find it back we could see the steeple but couldn't figure out how to get to it. So we found a nice bench in a beautiful park and sat and listened to the first 11 chapters ...
It was nice to sleep in today. Marian was our tour guide today. We met him and Saskia at there store, Lupus Fidelis, a fresh pet food store. They grind raw meat that is fit for a dog but people wouldn't want it. They also have bones, and other dried animal parts as well as specialty canned foods. Saskia makes leashes, personalized collars (she made one as a gift for Casey), coats and toys for dogs. They ...
Today our tour ended with breakfast. Some of the group went on to London, some to the airport, but we went to the train station and took the train to see Marian. We had to take three different trains and when we got to the last change we found out there was construction on the tracks and the last 15 minutes would be done by bus. We had been in contact with Marian as to our progress and when we informed him of the track ...