“The journey is the destination.”
― Dan Eldon
The baroque castle Schloss Wolfenbüttel. In 1866, the castle became the Anna-Vorwerk-School for girls. Today part of the building is used as a high school; it also houses a great example of Baroque state apartments, which are open to the public as a museum.
Wolfenbüttel Schloss or Castle is one of well-known in Lower Saxony. The Brunswick-Lüneburg duke’s residence 400 years ago. The window of that castle is not a real glass some they used a paint to make it look like a glass window.
A [[Gymnasium]] is a secondary school which pupils attend for nine years and which leads to the Abitur. The final two years at a [[Gymnasium]] (two and a half in some Länder) are known as the Kollegstufe. The curriculum varies according to the type of school: in a humanistisches Gymnasium Latin and Greek are taught; in a neusprachliches Gymnasium English, Latin and French or other lingua franca are taught; and in a mathematisch-naturwissenschaftliches Gymnasium the emphasis is on the sciences. A [[Gymnasium]] may offer several of these curricula, which pupils must choose from when they reach a certain class, usually the seventh or ninth., Since nowadays many students who have taken their Abitur do not necessarily continue studying but undertake a period of training instead, new types of [[Gymnasien]] (for example Wirtschaftsgymnasien) have been created with an emphasis on practical work
Wolfenbüttel Schloss or castle have school and museum inside. You can’t take a picture inside and have an entrance fee. I love the City of Wolfenbüttel and also the baroque is very artistic.
They follow the traffic rules they wait even if it’s no car there. That’s a good practice.
“Don’t tell me how educated you are, tell me how much you traveled.”
“The most amazing travellers were to humble to write about it”
― Guido Colombo
“Travel empties out everything you’ve into the box called your life, all the things you accumulate to tell you who you are”
― Claire Fontaine
“We wish to learn all the curious, outlandish ways of all the different countries, so that we can “show off” and astonish people when we get home. We wish to excite the envy of our untraveled friends with our strange foreign fashions which we can’t shake off.”
― Mark Twain
.“Traveling can never be taken for granted, no matter how meticulous the preparations.” ― Eugene Linden
“Every mode of travel has its signature mental aberration.”
― Mary Roach
“But that’s the wonderful thing about foreign travel, suddenly you are five years old again. You can’t read anything, you have only the most basic sense of how things work, you can’t even reliably cross the street without endangering your life. Your whole existence becomes a series of interesting guesses.”
― Bill Bryan
“Life is beautiful if you are on the road to somewhere”
― Orhan Pamuk
“You must go on adventures to find out where you belong.”
― Sue Fitzmaurice
“We must go beyond textbooks, go out into the bypaths and untrodden depths of the wilderness and travel and explore and tell the world the glories of our journey;”
― John Hope Franklin
“A good traveler leaves no tracks. Good speech lacks fault-finding.”
― Lao Tzu
“Adventure is allowing the unexpected to happen to you. Exploration is experiencing what you have not experienced before. How can there be any adventure, any exploration, if you let somebody else – above all, a travel bureau – arrange everything before-hand?”
― Richard Aldington
“Travellers understand, instinctively and by experience, that travel and adventure change and elongate time, even while navigating the deadlines of airline and train departures.”
― Paul Sheehan
“Maybe you had to leave in order to miss a place; maybe you had to travel to figure out how beloved your starting point was.”
― Jodi Picoult
“Wherever I go, I will speak of you with love.”
― Clive Barker
“You can’t understand a city without using its public transportation system.”
― Erol Ozan
The city is nice and you can still visit the beautiful buildings. You can walk from castle or Schloss going to Cityhall and you can visit the market.From wolfenbüttel gymnasium castle, Stadtmarkt, Kornmarkt you can see so many historical buildings. We only walk by feet that we can see different buildings that still exist. From Salzgitter to wolfenbüttel we rode a bus. For 2 person for one day card you will pay 10,60 euro or they called it in german zwei personen Tageskarten. The name of the bus is KVG Braunschweig. If you want to book online you can do it too. I hope you like it. And visit this place one day.I hope you like my journey at Castle of Wolfenbüttel. Thank you for dropping by on my blog. What is your experience in Castle? Can you take a photo in Museum? In Museum they don’t allow to take photos.