Appartementhaus 'Kleines Palais'

Address: Gregor-Fuchs-Str. 41, Leipzig, Saxony, 04318, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Leipzig

Long Awaited Catch Ups

A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on May 17, 2015

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... have discovered the answer to travel exhaustion. Club-mate is some kind of German guarrana infused carbonated iced tea. It actually tastes rather good and has a decent energy kick. I'm going to test the effects for the next few days. J PS - After two and a half months I decided to try to trim my beard. Unfortunately it had gone past the point of trimmability. I'm back to looking like a 13 year old ...

Three Months In

A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on May 16, 2015

I'm actually writing this in transit to Leipzig, on the second train of the day. I'm making sure I get first class each time now. I like having comfy seats and leg room. After spending most of yesterday inebriated in one way or another, I woke up today to realise it's been three months since I left New Zealand. It's been so long that my beard has grown back to its former glory after being shaved off a while back. The weather is getting warmer, ...

Tips for anyone who wants to visit Leipzig

A travel blog entry by cecilia74 on May 07, 2015

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... bikes because the rental shops are often closed on Saturday afternoon and Sunday! Nextbike is any day, any time.

- Or in case you don't want to bike around, download the app Easy.GO, a public transport planner (internet required for planning a trip; after that it works offline and the map shows you where you are)

- For accommodation, if you ...

Salty Rats in a Forest

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Apr 19, 2015

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... I had to leave other than sit down at an Italian Café ordering from a German menu to an English speaking Italian waiter. I don't experience that very often, most people when they hear that you have an English accent or in my case Australian, just continue speaking German, but I guess some want to practice. I have no idea how I sound speaking German, but then again hearing my own voice speaking English ...

Quer durchs Land

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Apr 17, 2015

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... at a Raststätte at Laucha on the outskirts of Gotha. I knew we must be getting close because the exit sign at McDonalds was written in German and Czech! On the run into Leipzig, we past briefly into Sachsen-Anhalt before entering Leipzig, which is in Sachsen (Saxony). Five states in six hours, not bad really!

I noticed a few things on the journey over. First of all, Germany has a lot of wind turbines and I don't mean ...

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