Days Inn Leipzig City Centre
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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 ...
... 10 each for a concert starting in 15 minutes. Seemed fortuitous so off we went to get in line
-the concert was nice although the pews were uncomfortable. We bailed after an hour n went to check out the two GDR museums. The first one had almost no English n was done very 1989 style so it was disappointing.
-the second one was better n explained the brief history of GDR from ...
... or activity on Sundays. In a smaller city like Leipzig this makes everything rather quiet. It strikes me as somewhat of a student town. I'm in no rush to get to Munich tomorrow so I might do a bit of an explore before I leave.
When I say explore, I really mean go back to the video game store which had lots of retro consoles in the windows. They had a Philips CD-i. No one had a Philips CD-i.
... getting longer, and the continent is gearing up for a fun summer.
Unfortunately I'm too exhausted to be that enthused.
Don't get me wrong. I'm still enjoying myself. I'm still appreciating every place I visit. But at the same time, I'm running on empty. The combination of a bad diet and inconsistent sleep is not good for me, though I feel much better after finding a salad for lunch.
I think that the routine of travel-check ...
... sup>th century as a small Romanesque church, and the initial church became the St. Thomas Monastery of the Augustinian order around 1212. It was reconstructed several times in a Gothic style by 1496, and now has one of the steepest roofs in Germany with a roof pitch of 63 degrees. In 1539, Martin Luther preached there on Pentecost Sunday, which is the day when the Holy Spirit descended upon the 12 Apostles, and which occurs 50 days after Easter. By this ...