Travel Blogs from Weimar, Germany

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Eastern Germany, Leipzig, Dresden, Weimar, Germany travel blog

Eastern Germany

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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... . Lucy had always come here, so we had a quick walk around, and then it happened, we found the home of Goethe. All through Germany, streets are named after him, so it was slightly exciting for us to see this important piece of German history. Last but not ...

Tudor houses, Wartburg Castle, concentration camp, Wernigerode, Eisenach and Weimar, Germany travel blog

Tudor houses, Wartburg Castle, concentration camp

A travel blog entry by kenanddonna2005

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... wanted to anymore ... ie. donate lots of money to the church today because that`s what the bible says you should do! * Weimar ... this town (as far as the tourist office leads you to believe) is most famous for its playwrights, theatres and ...

Road Trip, Weimar, Germany travel blog

Road Trip

A travel blog entry by duflonin

Writing tonight, I realize I don't even know the date today. I know its Thursday, I’ve worked about 50 hours already, I’m tired as hell and I still have one working day between me and a free weekend. Time to pull my big girl pants on and geer ...

Best Room View, Weimar, Germany travel blog

Best Room View

A travel blog entry by deb.garrett

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these titles are killing me....., Weimar, Germany travel blog

these titles are killing me.....

A travel blog entry by duflonin

Won't bore you with the details of today because they are similar as the other days. I did speak with Andreas, my family’s distant cousin who lives in Dortmund, about 3 hours away from me. He will come down tomorrow and we will go apartment ...

Weimar - The Light and the Dark, Weimar, Germany travel blog

Weimar - The Light and the Dark

A travel blog entry by timetraveler

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... of the Kaiser, Berlin was much too hot to conduct the business of building a new government. Therefore, in 1919, Germany's new liberal and socialist leaders repaired to the quiet town of Weimar. The National Constitutional Convention convened in the ...

Buchenwald - To Each His Own, Weimar, Germany travel blog

Buchenwald - To Each His Own

A travel blog entry by timetraveler

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Sometime before the turn of the 19th century, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Germany's great poet and literary master, began a decade-long platonic affair with Charlotte von Stein, an unhappily-married lady, a member of the court of the Duke of Saxony and ...

No sleep and I don't speak German, Weimar, Germany travel blog

No sleep and I don't speak German

A travel blog entry by penny.hope

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... mine. When I return to the table he informs me we were told to move, seems that Service is not practiced that much in East Germany. We ordered cups and not the more expensive 4 days worth of icecream and fruit bowls so we are not allowed to sit at the ...

duestland, Weimar, Germany travel blog

duestland

A travel blog entry by lukeschultz147

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... it aims its beak to the skies The fourth, that it does not have a definite color The fifth, that it sings very softly That guy was deep The chocolate here is damn tasty. Germany is beautiful. I’m starting to go crazy. I love it here. ...

Every day seems to be a false peak, but the trail, Weimar, Germany travel blog

Every day seems to be a false peak, but the trail

A travel blog entry by lukeschultz147

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... with you aunt L, and maybe talk about it.  Everyday I find myself comparing my current situation to the my solo in outward bound, Germany tends to win that contest every time. The stars shine brighter in the middle of nowhere. I was low, when I lost ...

D_Weimar, Weimar, Germany travel blog

D_Weimar

A travel blog entry by jaguar74

... of a lot historic figure like Goethe, Schiller, Nietzsche. Bach, Goethe, Schiller, Herder are lived in Weimar. Weimar was an historic Republic in Germany between 1919 and 1933 before the third Reich. Weimar is registred in the world patrimony of ...

Sadly some more human atrocities, Weimar, Germany travel blog

Sadly some more human atrocities

A travel blog entry by gahanoverseas

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Day 105 - 09/06/05      Berlin to Weimar We prepared to leave early this morning to drive the 300 odd kilometres to Weimar half way between Berlin and Frankfurt, but after not finding the correct road back towards where we wanted ...

In the middle of Germany, Weimar, Germany travel blog

In the middle of Germany

A travel blog entry by judydods

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... Buchenwald Concentration Camp. It was very interesting to chat with Marie and get a Canadian perspective on living and working in Eastern Germany.   There is apparently still a great deal of unrest here, and in Weimar the neo-Nazi movement has a ...

Scott Visits Weimar, Weimar, Germany travel blog

Scott Visits Weimar

A travel blog entry by robconr

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... here.  I heard later that it was really pretty from other places in the world, including even just other parts of Germany. Being the physics teacher, I felt it was a great opportunity to get the whole school interested in Astronomy and science, so I ...

An Emotional Day in Wiemar: The Buchenwald Camp, Weimar, Germany travel blog

An Emotional Day in Wiemar: The Buchenwald Camp

A travel blog entry by keviimis

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... of Germany was executed in Buchenwald and many of the prisoners were communists, the camp regarded in a near-religious manner by East Germany.  In addition, during the last days of the camp, the SS guards were overpowered and defeated by a primarily ...

Spelunking Beneath Wiemar, Weimar, Germany travel blog

Spelunking Beneath Wiemar

A travel blog entry by keviimis

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   My final morning in Wiemar started out a bit odd.   We had been told when to be at the bus and when breakfast was served, but not that we had to be out of our rooms by 8:45 in the morning.  So assuming we could sleep in a ...

An Emotional Day in Wiemar: The Buchenwald Camp, Weimar, Germany travel blog

An Emotional Day in Wiemar: The Buchenwald Camp

A travel blog entry by keviimis

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... of Germany was executed in Buchenwald and many of the prisoners were communists, the camp regarded in a near-religious manner by East Germany.  In addition, during the last days of the camp, the SS guards were overpowered and defeated by a primarily ...

Concentration Camp, Weimar, Germany travel blog

Concentration Camp

A travel blog entry by jenniferwhitmer

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Spring in Weimar, Weimar, Germany travel blog

Spring in Weimar

A travel blog entry by robconr

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... the school.  We used a lot of the USA traditions, with the cap and gowns and other things, which they do not do here in Germany.  The sharing and mixing of cultures keeps us on our toes all the time!  In the evening we had a party (and of ...

Random Pictures in Weimar, Weimar, Germany travel blog

Random Pictures in Weimar

A travel blog entry by zach3412

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These are just random pictures i have taken just walking around in ...

In the middle of Germany, Weimar, Germany travel blog

In the middle of Germany

A travel blog entry by jenyd

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... Buchenwald Concentration Camp. It was very interesting to chat with Marie and get a Canadian perspective on living and working in Eastern Germany.   There is apparently still a great deal of unrest here, and in Weimar the neo-Nazi movement has a ...

Arrival in Weimar, Weimar, Germany travel blog

Arrival in Weimar

A travel blog entry by robconr

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... my head in agreement to their proposals) I accepted a position to teach physics at the Thuringia International School in Weimar, Germany. I don't speak German.  So yes, all the classroom instruction at this school is in English (although ...

Touring Weimar with Anne, Weimar, Germany travel blog

Touring Weimar with Anne

A travel blog entry by robconr

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... Iguazu, Argentina back a couple of years ago at a hostel and we hit it off back then and kept in touch.  When I moved to Germany I told her, and we have been trying to visit each other for a while, but we are both travelers and it hasn’t worked ...

Thanksgiving in Germany, Weimar, Germany travel blog

Thanksgiving in Germany

A travel blog entry by robconr

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... of turkey, maybe my boring musings will help bring about the triptofan-induced sleep. It has been an interesting past few days.  Weimar was decidedly colder last week, and we got our first snow.  It was only a little bit Monday and Tuesday but ...

Buchenwald, Weimar, Germany travel blog

Buchenwald

A travel blog entry by zach3412

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... Nazi party there wanted a place to get ride of his political opponents. Buchenwald was constructed in the woods on a hill overlooking Weimar. It help over 200,000 people during its duration of operation and it is guestimated that more than 50,000 people ...

Weimar Photos, Weimar, Germany travel blog

Weimar Photos

A travel blog entry by laking16

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Here are a few shots from my stay in Weimar. Beautiful, I assure ...

Setting up Life in Weimar , Weimar, Germany travel blog

Setting up Life in Weimar

A travel blog entry by robconr

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... 8217;t even go to a club without watching all your potential dance partners get whisked away by smooth latino dance machines…in Germany apparently this is not a problem.  In fact I was dancing more than anyone else…and if you know ...

Visit to Buchenwald Concentration Camp, Hottelstedt, Germany travel blog

Visit to Buchenwald Concentration Camp

A travel blog entry by robconr

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... what the heck this was all about…Nazis (or skins as they are called) are nearly incomprehensible here.  After all Germany’s history in the last century you would think that Nazism would be gone.  Nope.  Amazing how stupid people ...

Homeward Bound, Weimar, Germany travel blog

Homeward Bound

A travel blog entry by wisetrip

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... planned two short stay stops before arriving at our next destination Brugge in Belgium. The first stop was at Weimar, still in the old East Germany and some may recall that the Weimar Republic was formed as the Germans democratic republic after the First ...

The journey begins, Weimar, Germany travel blog

The journey begins

A travel blog entry by zach3412

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... a quick flight to Leipzig. Then i got lost trying to get on the train but a nice German girl named Suzzy helped me get to Weimar. I arrived about 3 hrs early so i had to sit in the Bahnhof (train station) and wait for my group to get there. Then we ...

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