Day 5 & Our return home

First off, a VERY HAPPY THANKSGIVING to one and all! This All-American holiday should truly be celebrated each day, as God gives us all SO MUCH to be thankful for. As much as I love to travel, meet new people and learn about other cultures, I believe it’s a real blessing to live in the U.S.A.

Our final day in Germany was a busy and productive one. We zipped down from Munich to Nuremburg for a very important meeting. I had the unique privilege of meeting with art historian Dr. Thomas Eser, Director of Nuremberg City Museums. Dr. Eser was kind enough to take an hour of his time to discuss Albrecht Durer (revolutionary 16th century artist), who is a featured in the political thriller series I’m working on.

If you are ever in Nuremberg (Nurnberg), be sure to visit the Germanische Museum which boasts a comprehensive history of German art and historical artifacts from pre-history to the 20th century.

Afterward we went back to the Old City of Nuremberg and did what tourists do best—shopping. Needless to say, Lois was VERY happy!

Thank God, we had a safe flight back to the States and—I think—we’ve conquered our jet lag.

That wraps up our trip to Germany. Thanks for “coming along” for the ride and, as always, for being a part of my story.

Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!

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