B&B Hotel Leipzig
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and old arcades threading their way throughout the city. Being Europe life takes place on all the wide pavements, and the whole population seems to be out eating ice creams and cake and coffee and pils. I guess they've had plenty of practice; Leipzig is celebrating its 1000th anniversary this year! We've been walking around following in the footsteps of Bach, Mendlessohn , Wagner, Goethe, and Martin Luther, becoming ...
... Today almost every object Meissen has ever created (175000) is still in production. Watching the demonstrations you realise why the things created are so expensive, all is done by hand by very skilled crafts people and there is much use of gold! Our local guide then took us on a walking tour of the 1000 year old city exploring the narrow streets, pretty squares and steep steps that lead up to the castle hill. This ...
... a crazy 40 years n interesting to think that a good bit of it happened during our lifetime. Was a good stop.
-back to the hotel for some overdue showers. Then out to dinner to try a second Indian place. Service n food were slooooow n food was only ok. So a bit of a bummer but given all the things we have been able to do in Leipsig in an afternoon, it has been a success.
... later on during the day, and finished the rest of the packing, apart from the tent, of course. By this time some sun was peeking out from behind the clouds and we packed up the, still wet, tent and set off.
The paths/roads today were good all day and we saw an increasing number of tourers coming from the other direction, probably starting at Dresden on the weekend. Unlike other days the paths were undulating with a ...
... Luther’s Reformation had already gained a lot of popularity throughout Eastern Germany.
From 1723 to 1750, Johann Sebastian Bach served as choir director. Bach was schooled in the same school in Eisenach as Luther, 2 centuries after him. He was deeply religious, and considered one of the most influential Lutheran musicians. His remains are now in the Tomaskirche, marked by a plaque with a plethora of bouquets on top of it. Seeing ...