- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... seen and walked the same cobble stone streets, churches, houses etc. I am sure they are looking down in amazement too! After devouring huge plate of waffles (M) in the open Marketsrasse and crepes (D), which Germans do so well, we went for a drive in the country. Lovely green, fertile fields and autumn coloured forests, with clean and neat villages nestled in the valleys. Nearby lake was a bit disappointing as it was just a lake in a field with no ...
... a medieval town set in green, rural countryside and is really germanic with its half-wooded houses and impressive Raushaus (main council house, like a town hall). On hitting the town we immediately walked the short distance to number 25 Steintorstrasse - the still standing and prettily decorated house where Ludwig, my great-grandfather was born/lived - what a moment!!! There are still some Kuhle family living in the town and go back to early 1700s here. Unfortunately ...
... from Quedlinburg) and then hiked on the top of the ridge for about 3-4 km on that Teufelsmauer. A bit taxing for my knee in parts but I just took it slowly, and a little bit scary in some parts with deep drops right next to the stone or mud paths. But that also gave it an extra thrill.
What I also liked it was quite varied in scenery and paths. Very impressive.
Looked around the town, had expensive, not-so-good coffee on the touristy main square (staff was a bit snooty too). When I asked whether they had wifi for the guests, she looked at me like I had just escaped from a lunatic asylum. No wifi anywhere in this whole Harz region, not that I could find anyway.
Lots of rain kind of limited the options ...
... for a while. She couldn't take Sparky in the cafe so she waited for us. We looked at a few shops and saw a girl who was having her graduation ceremony at the FAMOUS girl and the goose statue fountain. It is a tradition that on the day they are awarded their doctorate degrees, students are drawn in handcarts to The Goose Girl. There they have to climb the fountain and kiss the statue of the Goose girl. This ...