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... to stay one night but extended it to 2, and headed into the local town(s) for a look around, not alot more to say about this...
They did take some pictures for their website / facebook page here;
... There were tunnels aplenty, and impersonations, and disguises, and hiding in things, and just good old fashioned climbing out of windows.There is a special excitement about being here, and for me it was a real treat to be guided and instructed by my Good Lady Wife, who is the expert on this topic!
So, we said a fond farewell to the Castle and made our way back to the town square. Whilst enjoying a scrummy ice cream at the Eiscafe, we reflected on how pleasing it has been to see ...
We left the castle after Jess had joined them for a splendid breakfast overlooking the river. After a brief look in a museum, with a big glass dome rebuilt after the war, we said a sad goodbye to Jess and went to Colditz. Colditz Castle was a prison for prisoners of war who had escaped from other camps. Not like some of the other camps we have been to for Germans but ...
On June 11th we will travel to the US for the first time. We are flying with a turbo prop to Amsterdam and from there to JFK. We will stay a week in NYC before continuing to LAX and from there explore California and some of the US' southwest.
So we will update this soon :)
... Following this, the Knight was beheaded in the market Square against the promise that he would be pardoned while the kitchen boy is said to have been immured alive in the walls of the castle. This plot is said to be the first kidnapping in the history of Germany!
The castle of Altenburg has rather a simple complex and was built on a steep porphyry rock during ...
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