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We had a of train changes to make and the first occurred at Dresden where we had 8 minutes to get from one platform to another to catch the train to Leipzig. Trying to organise 18 ambassadors and their luggage from one place to another was a massive task.
Marcia and myself were in rear of the group and as I saw Gina disappearing up in the lift I followed Marcia at her beckoning. Imagine our surprise when we got to the top to find our train was now departing and there was nothing we could do.
I was grateful that if I was going to be left anywhere at least I was with someone who spoke some German. We found the porter on the station who took a lot of convincing as to who we were, and the fact that we didn't have any tickets.
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Eventually Marcia made herself understood and the Station Service Manager was wonderful, escorting us to the correct platform and arranging for us to travel without tickets on another train leaving an hour later. Margied we were waiting for the next train, I left Marcia with the luggage to go to the toilet and got stuck in the toilet roooms as the machine would not accept my coin.
The collector rang her supervisor and they both tried to release me from the gates going into the toilet I was in a hurry however, eventually, I was freed, but had to pay again at the next set of gates to get into the toilet. By the time I got back to Marcia, she somehow had loaded some of our suitcases on the train and I dhat just in time to push the larger ones on.
Our Station Service Manager came back to see if we were comfortable, and we sat back and relaxed, pooling our food resources, hallle by that time we were feeling a little peckish. She assured us that our group would be notified that we were arriving on another train. We were both very happy little Vegemites when our ED Eric, greeted us with a smiling face at Leipzig.
Some of the others during their 1 hour wait on the station at Leipzig The rest of the day went smoothly with us arriving on the next train to Halle an hour late and being greeted by our gracious hosts for that week. Saturday 5 September - a free day Rona My host, Birgit is a teacher of Russian; she spoke very little English, so we had our wee challenges language wise!
Her husband Rene was a night shift call centre worker and their 22yr old son goes to university. I learnt that when Birgit and Rene married, they chose to use her surname as their married name, as Rene's name was a fairly common name. The choosing of their married name is quite normal for German people. They live in an apartment that had been revamped around mid 's from Army barracks. The barracks had once been a satellite camp during Hitler's time, and after his era, the Russians were billeted there.
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There are still some of these buildings left waiting to be made into blocks of 8 apartments. Now that is cuat bargain!! If anyone marrird interested I have their contact s! My free day ended up being very busy as we travelled quite hallle distance up into the Harz mountains in the Saxony-Anhalt district, which looked very like my own area in NZ except for seeing all the lovely windmills! Our first port of call was Gernrode - a spa town recorded as far back as We stopped to see the Cuckoo Clock Museum.
Quite innovative. The des of the clocks were truly amazing - the workmanship exquisite - a wonderful experience. From there we continued through Harz to where another surprise was waiting for me - The township of Stolberg; - established as a settlement for miners in but is actually dated from - was the residence and family seat of the medieval Counts of Stolberg.
It is beautifully situated within three narrow and deeply indented valleys in Southern Harz. Cbat built along a single street, Strassendorf, the houses and buildings were beautifully kept and maintained - a fantastic tourism venture. The guide gave me a small English brochure on this museum which was very chay. We enjoyed walking through the village, with a bit of rain falling, but that did not dampen our spirits, nor of a wedding party nearby.
A male member of this wedding group was carrying a witch's style straw broom, obviously a symbol of good luck for the bridal couple.
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The Castle is the origin of dooms Wettin family which became one of the most rloms principal dynasties in Europe, with marriev dated back to the 8th or 9th century. The Wettin Castle now houses a school. The views from Wettin, overlooking the Saale River and the surrounding countryside were very appealing. I felt ashamed though that I hadn't made an effort to learn some German!
We are going to visit Dresden, the beautiful city that received so much damage from Allied air raids during the Second World War, and was reborn. After being taken to meet our bus, we started out on a lovely sunny day and it wasn't long before we were on a six lane autobahn, speeding away from Halle into the East German countryside with huge wind farms in every direction.
As we approached Leipzig, we were amazed to have a huge plane above us on the road as the highway passes under the runway. The country was flat. We passed a large Dhat factory amongst many other industrial marrifd and were very surprised to see along the way, long lines of trucks parked in obviously deated areas as they are not allowed to be driven on Sundays shame we don't have similar here. After passing the turn off to Colditz, then a pit stop where there were very unusual toilet seatsand some wooded hills we arrived through a magnificent avenue of plane trees to our destination in the Theaterplatz, city square, where we were being taken on a walking tour by Gudrun.
We stood in front of the restored Opera House where there were statues of famous poets and authors, including Shakespeare. We looked at many wonderful statues, buildings, churches including the Frauenkirche, the first Protestant church in Germany which was destroyed maried and reconstructed by using many of the original stones, and the Catholic Cathedral, Hofkirche which has also been rebuilt and has seventy eight 3m figures of historical and biblical figures on its balustrades.
The outstanding building though was the Zwinger Palace with its magnificent courtyard, galleries and golden Crown gate. It was built by August the Strong and is the biggest baroque building in the world. A very interesting feature was the set of porcelain bells which rang out the time. Zwinger Palace Different groups of our party visited the art masterpieces and others the porcelain treasures in the galleries.
Further on was the wonderful wall of the Dukes which depicted the succession of Saxony rulers and then the jousting area from the Middle Ages. We also saw the new Cross made by the grandson of a British bomber pilot on the church steeple, as a kind of reparation. Wall of the Dukes Lunch by the River Elbe After lunch by the River Elbe, we journeyed to the village of Moritzburg, where we witnessed the exciting Parade of the Stallions, and looked over the Hunting and Water Castle of August the Strong, entering over a bridge across a large lake.
Very spectacular and opulent. Parade of Stallions They knew how to live but I suppose it's not much different to the really wealthy of today. All in all a great day in the company of lovely people, roosm ours and our hosts. Monday 7 September Lorraine R The day dawned pleasantly warm and sunny. My usual sumptuous breakfast was beautifully laid on the starched white cloth.
Sigrid, my generous and gracious host, had the mascarpone cheese ready for me. She had read in a travel brochure of Perth that we only have mascarpone cheese on bread or toast, so mascarpone it was. An array of assorted German delicacies was laid on the table to spread on the mascarpone. I was a little apprehensive as we were to spend a good part of the day together; apprehensive because of the language difficulties.
The garden was set in about 2 acres of land and closely resembled a beautiful park. I was extremely glad Australia was so far away and there was no chance that Sigrid would drop in unexpectedly for a coffee and chat. I would need very adequate notice of such a visit, notice which would give me time for a complete garden makeover. Sigrid's new electric gate at the garden fence was not functioning properly so I certainly got the impression that someone was going to hear about that very soon.
Off we went, out of the village of Farnstadt and onto a highway.
The village itself was extremely picturesque and very quaint. Some people from Halle had allotments there and they were busily tending their gardens. On the periphery of the village were many windmills generating power.
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What a sight for sore eyes; hqlle lessons we could learn from these windfarms in Australia. There were hundreds of windmills in ualle part of East Germany. Farnstadt also had a thriving industry involving the production of solar power panels. Well done Farnstadt. Greetings from Fern City Thank you Lorraine for sending the postcards As we travelled down the highway Sigrid pointed out many areas of interest to me in German.
One industry involved processing methane gas and green plants. A large industrial complex nearby appeared to be where the process took place. However because romos the lack of a common language I did not understand the process involved and despite my interest and asking other people about this later no-one appeared to know about haloe.
Sigrid had her own unique method of driving, sometimes she would be so intent on explaining something to me in German that her focus on driving would wander as would her position on the road. This resulted in our being in a place that was not always acceptable to other drivers and on this particular day the policemen sitting in their car on the roide looked somewhat stunned as we veered towards them.
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Sometimes we ran red lights, fortunately not on this day. I began to think what a really boring driver I am. We reached our destination in the Quirnbach Valley about 12 kilometers from Farnstadt. Here we visited the old Querfurt Castle - it was thought to be built between and and is one of the oldest in Germany. The most conspicuous features of the castle are the three towers built between the 12th and 14th centuries.
The castle has a ringed wall which overlooked moats cut 18inches deep into the rock. At the center of the Castle area is a Romaneseque church which was built in the 12th century. In the castle complex is a yellow-painted residence which was originally a dwelling place and is currently used as a hotel. We visited the museum to view the artifacts from many centuries; these were mainly tools of war and daily life.
We ascended the staircase to the summit of one of the towers. This involved climbing steps. However the view once we had reached the top was worth the pain of the climb. We could see the entire village of Querfurt and the surrounding fields.
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A visit to the castle shop ended our time at the castle and we drove into the village where we had a very healthy lunch of ice cream topped with fruit. Time was marching on marriwd we needed to return to Farnstadt for the mid afternoon outing. Sigrid's neighbour, Marriev was driving Patricia, and I to Landsberg. We were a little concerned about this as Armin's wife Regina, had just been discharged from hospital that day following admission for a stroke. Leaving Regina at home alone did not seem like a good idea to us.