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Days 4 and 5 of our trip to Germany had very full itineraries, were very intense, and very emotional. We felt quite wrung out at the end of each day. On Wednesday we travelled to Frankfurt, visiting the Jewish Museum, … Continue reading
Our third day in Michelstadt centered less around the Jewish and family aspect, and more on the general history and background of the town. Otto and Heidi took us on a lovely tour of the town, viewing the historical center … Continue reading
Rather than update my previous post I decided to create a new post with more information about the fascinating, intense and emotional day we spent yesterday. Michelstadt Synagogue Going back to our visit to the shul, (which I mentioned in … Continue reading
Day 1 Our flight to Germany was uneventful (besides my almost getting lost in Frankfurt airport, but getting lost is nothing unusual for me…) and we were met at the airport by a pre-arranged taxi which took us to our … Continue reading
Tomorrow morning (Sunday) I am setting out, together with my husband, brother and sister-in-law, on a “roots” trip to Germany. I am feeling rather ambivalent about the whole trip as I always swore to myself that I would never set … Continue reading