Posted by nonsavant on May 23, 2020
On the way home, we stopped off at Wartburg, a medieval castle famous for being Martin Luther’s residence whilst he translated the new testament into German
Posted by nonsavant on May 21, 2020
Kichelhahn is the local hill for the town of Ilmenau
Day trip to Erfurt
Posted by nonsavant on May 20, 2020
Day trip to Erfurt enjoying the sights such as the cathedral and citadel and sampling “Roster”, the local Bratwurst (sausage)
Posted by nonsavant on May 19, 2020
Easy walk from Neustadt am Rennsteig, descending into the valley and passing various small ponds and lakes.
Schneekopf from Gehlberg
Posted by nonsavant on May 18, 2020
Schneekopf is the second highest peak in the Thüringer Wald, at 978m.
Posted by nonsavant on May 17, 2020
The small village of Vesser was our base in Thüringer Wald. We completed two walks directly from the village (upper Vessertal and lower Vessertal) and there was a guesthouse next door to the holiday flat where we could enjoy food and a beer.
Sightseeing in Boston and visiting Harvard University
Posted by nonsavant on October 19, 2019
The Boston History Trail and Harvard University.
Aftermath of the storm
Posted by nonsavant on October 17, 2019
No electricity and a visit to a museum.
Bath and MacMahon Island
Posted by nonsavant on October 16, 2019
A short walk and a boat trip.
Posted by nonsavant on October 15, 2019
Driving to the top of New England’s highest peak.