Antikhotel am Volkerschlachtdenkmal
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... years ago and successfully launched that. The Germans unwittingly had brought together the brightest minds amongst the prisoners and the ingenuity of all their many escape plans was absolutely amazing. It was also obviously run very much along the lines of a gentlemen 's club, rather bizarre to consider the way they treated the inmates of concentration camps and quite unbelievable when compared with the terrible conditions of the ...
... 10 each for a concert starting in 15 minutes. Seemed fortuitous so off we went to get in line
-the concert was nice although the pews were uncomfortable. We bailed after an hour n went to check out the two GDR museums. The first one had almost no English n was done very 1989 style so it was disappointing.
-the second one was better n explained the brief history of GDR from ...
I arrived in Leipzig late in the afternoon to meet a friend from high school that I hadn't seen in something like eight years. As you can imagine we had quite a bit of catching up to do. This we did, over dinner, shisha and several beverages. As an aside, I tried a sushi train for the first time. Funny how I had to travel all the way to Germany to do that.
One of the best parts of this trip has been catching ...
... getting longer, and the continent is gearing up for a fun summer.
Unfortunately I'm too exhausted to be that enthused.
Don't get me wrong. I'm still enjoying myself. I'm still appreciating every place I visit. But at the same time, I'm running on empty. The combination of a bad diet and inconsistent sleep is not good for me, though I feel much better after finding a salad for lunch.
I think that the routine of travel-check ...
... 8217;s modern history is displayed. The museum was very interesting, although I’m not very intrigued by Leipzig’s history, so I didn’t spend too much time in the museum except for the section about the Lutheran Reformation. I learned a lot more about the circumstances at the time. I learned about Kaiser Maximilian I, who ruled as emperor starting in 1486. I also saw typical church equipment and the wedding ring of Katharina von Bora.