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The Tree With Matchmaking Powers
Date of visit: August Reviewed August 26, One of the best coffee places in Tel Aviv. Thank RonnieKorin. Reviewed July 6, I love this place. Date of visit: July Thank KetiGivoni. Reviewed April 15, via mobile Always awesome. Date of visit: April Thank sliderTelaviv. Reviewed January 6, Best sandwiches in the area.
The Tree Goats of Morocco
Date of visit: December Thank Orily P. Reviewed November 4, via mobile Delicious sandwiches and salads.
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Date of visit: November Thank Tinkeltje. Reviewed October 27, via mobile Great sandwiches. Date of visit: October Thank AlanR80S. Reviewed October 17, via mobile Well. Thank Nimrod E. Reviewed September 28, was once my famovorite hideaway. Date of visit: September Thank Titiana2. Reviewed September 8, via mobile Great place to eat. View more reviews. Then one Christmas her husband died. For the first time in years, she felt so alone.
She tried to enjoy her summer holidays in the Bavarian Forest, and while she was there she was reminded of the matchmaking tree.
His marriage was over, and a divorce loomed. He wrote a reply the same day. The tree had struck again.
Martens heard that phrase a lot over the years. He told me about another gentleman who arrived in Eutin for treatment at a health resort. When the weather turned too cold to enjoy the Baltic coastline, he took a trip inland instead. The letter he found, Martens said, was from a woman who lived just a few miles from his home, hundreds of miles away in Ruhr, near Dortmund. Naturally, they met, fell in love, and married, Martens said. His dark beard became gray. Tensions between East and West Germany thawed. And the footsteps of the lonely young women who traced a path around the tree wore away at the forest floor, already compressed from decades of tourist traffic.
Letter seekers had to arrive on foot. Then one day, as Martens climbed the wooden steps for maybe the thousandth time, he reached into his mailbag and noticed an unusual letter. T he sender was Renate Heinz , a wine merchant in her late 50s. Renate was divorced, with an adult son from her marriage to a policeman.
She was career-focused and liked to spend her free time in front of the television. Read: The evolution of a year pen pal friendship. That fits , Martens thought: She was practically French.
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When she saw Maica staring out of the photograph, she was smitten. Before long, she and Martens were talking about a meeting. He was due to visit his mother, and he thought he could visit Renate on the way.
When Martens told a friend at the sports club about his blind date, she was surprised. And anyway, he had done this before. So one Saturday morning, he opened his car door and let Maica hop in. Then he sat behind the wheel and started the engine. When Martens arrived that afternoon, he worried about how he would find Renate. She wore a summer dress and had short, dark-blond hair.
It had to be her. She was so friendly and charming that any awkwardness melted away.