Best Western Hotel Windorf
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- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Babysitting service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I am off to Leipzig via Dresden. I'm not sure what I will find but its got the sort of name that makes me want to visit. I arranged a room on Airbnb in Halle (Saale) the north place of Handel while in Barneys so I will be there at least one night. ------------------//////// I am at the moment surrounded by snoring travellers all able to sleep on the rocking coach while i can hear the rustle of bags here and there from those like me who cannot. I stop in Dresden to change ...
... they don't mind taking the car to Czech Republic or Poland so the plan is now officially "Go". Autobahn driving is much as I recall. Stay out of the fast lane if you can't run with the big boys. Our Opel did a 100 mph OK so we sometimes ventured out there to pass with a keen eye in the mirror for a big BMW or Porsche barreling up. Mostly we cruised around 140kph (85mph). The last little bit in Leipzig to reach Royal Hotel Leipzig was tricky ...
... case generally. Tony left his driving licence behind in the castle reception and the assistant there rushed after us, when she realised, out into the town and round nearby streets only to find us on her return walking out of the exit after the customary toilet stop....... We left the castle just as the rain was stopping, had some refreshments in the cafe and pedalled back to the van and started to cook Sunday ...
... fake uniforms and disguises. MI9 sent out various items such as maps and train timetables hidden in Red Cross parcels to aid escapes. Pat Reid and 3 accomplices escaped from the kitchen area, across the German Quarter courtyard (the courtyard crossing was 'assisted' by the prison band playing certain music to indicated it was safe to move and other tunes meant stop and lay low). The intended escape route was through a door which was usually unlocked but on ...
Another East German city. This one is the home of music. And some nice buildings, churches, a castle and a big monument.
Probably the king is Johann Sebastian Bach. He wasn't born here but spent his adult life here and wrote most of his music here so they have adopted him as their own. Fair enough. They have even given him his own museum (and a statue of course). The museum was ...