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The German countryside reminds me alot of home. It is mostly fields and animals among operatic tiny villages. Just like back home, there is plenty of space between each living area. Although, there are a few more hills and some truly beautiful rivers with stone bridges scattered about. There are also many windmill farms. These people are very eco friendly having solar panel ...
... Our visit on October 23 included an old church with a Martin Luther statue, underground mall and train station.
After a nine mile ride to Anterten(?) - we stopped and had lunch at the biergarten.
Our beautiful old farmhouse -- guest house --- located in town of Ingeln
We took a drive down the autobahn on our ...
... of buildings, which make it that much more real. The overall camp grounds weren't big at all (200 yards long) and I'm seeing it with no buildings. The place would have been tiny when you put the huts and people in there. When we walked back to the front of the site, there were a lot more mass graves around around the memorial. These were much bigger than the first one we saw. These must have been the graves where they were having to put a thousand people in ...
... so good that it was hard to pass up. Plus cake for breakfast is much better than eggs or a sandwich. When we were tired of walking around we just went back and hung out in our hotel room. The Broncos were on at 10:30pm, so I started watching that online. Watching pegs go across a virtual field is much less climatic and exciting as watching in the TV. However, beggars can be choosers. Then the Internet went out after the first quarter, so that was the end of my football watching. Oh ...
There are almost 500 half-timbered houses, which make this town look like your traditional & cliche German town! Our first stop in toeing the town (besides the cute shop we found and bought scarves) was the Ducal Palace. The foundation walls are from 1292 and was the residence of the Guelphic dukes until 1705. The palace was pretty cool and they had some actual furniture that used to be in the palace when it was being used. There was also a small exhibit dedicated to ...
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