The Anonymous Widower


Nordhausen has two stations close together.

These pictures show the two stations, the Bahnhofsplatz that connects them, the trams and the town.

It’s certainly not difficult to get between the two stations.

I was hoping I’d find something to eat, but I couldn’t find a food shop, so had to be content with a good coffee and a banana. Although, since I’ve looked on the map and find that there is a Lidl in walking distance of the stations. I have struck lucky for gluten-free food in the former East Germany before, as I wrote about in Lunch In Chemnitz, but on this visit I wasn’t very lucky.


May 4, 2017 - Posted by | Travel | , ,

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