The castle of Wertheim overviews the junction between Main river and Tauber river and is one of the biggest stone castles in Germany. First built in the 12th century it hosts a restaurant, a gallery and a museum today. (More info)
I didn’t really find something meaningful on the little chapel at Märzenbrünnlein in Walldürn besides that a butcher named Knörzer built it in the name of the Dolorous Virgin. There is a historic way of the cross in the forest and the place is said to be haunted. A lot of people from the village have seen a “white lady” over there.
The bridge over Neisse river to Poland unfortunately was closed because of corona virus. The park continues over there.
On our way we visited the village of Glashütte because we thought this would be THE Glashütte, where the watches are manufactured. That isn’t the case. A quite pretty village anyway. But very touristic also. We didn’t stay for long.
We woke up early after we burned the virus. We wanted to take a little walk with this awesome weather and light but at the end we did 10km before breakfast. Which was very, very good afterwards.
We had a nice hike through the hilly forests near Bad Freienwalde. Don’t miss to have a snack at the “Waldschenke” next to lake Baasee and admire their great decorative items from different centuries. Nearby you can look up to the highest tree in Brandenburg. In fact, you can’t see which one is the highest […]
We can look to our neighbors on the other side of the river, we can see them fishing and looking after animals, but we can’t go there. What a strange feeling. One of the many ways, a virus can change our lives.