Ibis Leipzig West
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... said was the name of each building or church and that is printed on the map. Never mind, didn’t break the bank.
Temperatures in the low 30’s each day. Certainly plenty hot enough.
Sunday took a tram and a bus and went to the sea. About 10km out of town. They filled the old open cast coal mines in with water, put sandy beaches in and called it a sea. Water was very clear and ...
Unfortunately, my first blog didn't go as planned. I truly apologize for never posting, but what can I say... Well I guess I was having just too much fun. However, plans are evolving to once again visit Germany this upcoming winter. There may even be another shorter trip along the way on this possible vacation, too. Thanks again for reading the rare post that were written, and until next ...
... of got some pics, in the morning before Roy and I, only just made the castle tour, Jack must of heard the manly roar of a Tiger or maybe that whiny screech of the GS moped, but he was there to take a pic as we left.
Nice couple, and great company.
The castle was strange, I remember the tv programme, the board game, and from what little I know of history some of the inmates.
We continued north and ended up in the city of Leipzig. We had been here four years ago but only spent a morning. We decided on spending more time here to further explore the area. The campsite is on a large lake that the locals use for scuba diving and boating activities.
Leipzig was part of East Germany and was instrumental in the downfall of the ...
... perform some crazy core exercises. After that, everyone had coffee and cake, then me and my aunt went for a ride on her scooter. Once we were home, I frantically searched for Cookie, because no other animal was available to cuddle with since my cousin's boyfriend took Emma home to Berlin. Now, I'm having a dinner of ...