Dorint Am Goethepark Weimar
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... too as we headed south. Erfurt, the capital of the Thuringer Region of Germany, itself was well worth the journey and with our hotel just steps from the main station and an included local travel ticket we could also explore by tram or bus as well as on foot. The city centre is easily walkable and has some great historic buildings, stunning churches, a dominating cathedral and the longest bridge in Europe with housing built on it. ...
... This is a very important town in German culture. We have been told that every school child in Germany makes a trip to this town sometime in their schooling to learn more about two famous Weimarians - Shiller and Goethe. Both are German writers and very revered. The town has many beautiful buildings with lots of sculpture and detail adorning them. Many date around 1898 and are in tremendous shape.
We met Ted's friend and colleague Jesus ...
The mountains view was gorgeous. Hitler's house was simple. He's afraid of heights so he has only been to the Eagle Nest 13 times. Eva Braun lived here for longer time. We could see Austria and Salzburg fortress from the top. The German local guide Christa told us ...
We visited friends in the stunning 'state' of Thuringia, going to Jena (famous for its links with the optics industry), Weimar (site of the eponymous republic, and Goethe) and Erfurt (home of some great architecture, the merchants bridge and old quarter) - definitely worth a visit around autumn/ winter time for its colours!
... translation of the New Testament into German. Frederick the Wise was the one that requested Martin be taken to the castle for his own safety. The highlight of the castle is naturally the Luther Room.
This evening a Reformation Songfest was held at St. Augustine's Church. A rousing group of Lutheran's singing hymns and sharing the Gospel was a perfect end to the day.