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Fall trip 2022: Quedlingburg

Fall 2022 my friend had just moved over to Munich and we had decided to go on a trip to celebrate! We had been planning on going to Tuscany, but it was just after Oktoberfest in Munich and she had a lot of in person things to go to for work resulting in people she was in close contact with testing positive for Covid. We decided to cancel our plans because a) We don't want Covid and b) if she did catch it right before leaving and would be really sick it is nicer to be sick at home than on vacation. So we chatted and there is a pumpkin festival in Ludwigsburg and we decided to meet up there for a long weekend instead. 

Raymond and I decided to still take a week to go hiking and explore a new to us area - Harz! And I am so glad we did! It was gorgeous! 

The first stop was Quedlingburg. We got there in the evening so once we were settled in we wandered the town to see what we could see. It was pretty empty which was odd as it wasn't that late, but really pretty.

The next day we went on a full tour of the town. It is not that big so it was pretty easy to navigate around.

There were more people out and about during the day

St Servius church is up on a hill

With views over the town

For an afternoon snack we got these chimney treat! They were all vegan!

And wandered back up to the lookout to enjoy the views once more

Quedlingburg was such a cute town. It was like we were in Beauty and the Beast, my favorite! 


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