Ringhotel Zum Stein Worlitz
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This morning we visited Castle Church, and even though it is under construction for the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation we were able to go inside! Seeing all the scaffolding covering the beautiful interior makes it hard for those who have not seen it before to understand the majesty in this place. Only a quick 15 minutes ...
... which would later become the basis of the Augsburg Confession.
In the afternoon we traveled to Wittenberg where we toured the Luther House which is now the largest museum dedicated to the Reformation. Due to the upcoming 500th anniversary of the Reformation the Castle Church and Town Church were both under major construction and restoration. However, we were given a special presentation inside the Castle Church. We were ...
... along a little easier. Eventually we emerged from this track only to find that the ferry crossing was not operating due to repairs so this was slightly annoying. Still we sat on the ramp and had our lunch and the girls played games and the sun was out and it was just nice and relaxing watching the river flow past. We headed back after a while, returning on the correct path this time so it was much easier and stopping to feed the sheep again and also ...
The emotions were running high this morning as we prepared to say goodbye to the Mulder's. There were tears and tantrums and requests to 'go where they are going' and threats and bargaining and I finally managed to calm Jess down and told her it would all be OK and then the girls started. Ruby wouldn't get out of bed and refused to have any breakfast, Allegra told me she would give up ice cream and Lily offered me all her ice creams for three weeks. We had a bit of a ...
... we found an escape route. Not an hour I would choose to repeat in my life. Can't read the road signs and depended almost entirely on our nice British sounding woman on the GPS for very turn. In about an hour we were at Wittenberg where Martin Luther lived,preached, and started the Protestant reformation by nailing his 95 suggestions of change for the Catholic Church to the door of the church. Beautiful medieval town and a great museum in the home ...