|Anke and I in front of the Holsten Gate at Lübeck|
|View from the top of St. Petri|
We also visited two churches. The first was St. Petri, where we rode an elevator to the top and from there able to get a 360 degree view of the entire city from very high up. There was one crescent of little red-roofed houses by a canal that were both mysterious and very cute. It would be an odd experience, though, to live in one and know that all the people from so high up could peer down right into your garden. This church was bombed in the war and, although the outer structure was rebuilt, the inside is now used for concerts and other programs. The inside of what had been the church was very plain and painted white. An interesting look. With the soaring ceilings, I would love to hear a concert here some day.
|Bratwurst, Sauerkraut und Kartoffelmus|