Hotel Auf Der Wartburg
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- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Breakfast Available
- Conference facilities
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... bus leaves on time, it's fairly full and quite a long trip of 6 hours, it starts to get dark around 4ish and I do not arrive until 7pm but I'm hoping to throw my stuff in my room and then head out for a couple of hours. I arrived about an hour late but had been upgraded to a better room when.i checked in. I explored a little but night was closing in so I didn't see ...
... running approximately 10 minutes late.... Thank ****... What is nice is that before I left just two weeks ago I don't think I could have run this far or long, all the walking, miles and miles of it has done me good and I recovered pretty quickly and feel pretty darn dapper. Now bring on Berlin. The coach had internet, movies, music and games all connectable by phone/laptop or tablet so the journey went by in no time. The roads are great here and I am sure ...
Once again we woke this morning to another miserable day. We left Munich after breakfast and travelled to Dreseden. The roads are amazing. Mick was travelling about 135k an hour. He did get up to 169 a couple of times and cars were passing us at higher speeds. You don't even realise you are travelling at such high speeds. We ...
After breakfast we headed for Salzburg. The drive only took 2 hours. We noticed on the way a huge line up at the boarder of Austria and Germany. They checking cars for refugees. We immediately decided to find another way over the border for the journey home. Gay and I have been there before but Ruth and Mick hadn't. Beautiful town under very green mountains. I am sure they would be green if we had of seen them through fog and ...
In Eisenach, I first went to the Lutherhaus, where Martin Luther supposedly lived while he was being schooled. The Lutherhaus was turned into a museum in 1956. Unfortunately, the Lutherhaus has also been undergoing renovations in preparation for the anniversary of the Reformation in 2017, so I was not able to go inside. Once it is reopened, the new Lutherhaus is to have a new permanent exhibition "Luther and the Bible," which ...