Day 58a. Bremen to Endersbach, GermanyOctober 1 in Germany ⋅ 🌧 14 °C
In the Hanseatic city of Bremen, the Schnoor was one of the poorer corners. While the rich merchants settled in the Obernstraße (Upper Street), which was meant as well geographically (ridge of the dune) as socially, or in the Langenstraße (Long street, along the Balge, Bremen's first harbour), the Schnoor developed in the 10th century as a district of fishermen. The inhabitants built thatched cottages on the little island between the rivers Weser and Balge. Therefore, during its first centuries it was liable to high floods.
The Domshof (Cathedral Court) is a town square in Bremen, north of the cathedral and the Marktplatz. The Domshof is used for markets as well as larger outdoor events, particularly May Day demonstrations.
Our Eurowings flight to Stuttgart was late. Instead of departing at 8:25pm we departed at 9:45pm. We arrived in Stuttgart at 10:45pm. We walked to the S-Bahn to catch the S2 toward Schöndorf at 11:30pm to arrive in Endersbach at 00:26am and walk a couple of blocks to Inge Kohr’s house.Read more