BEST WESTERN Premier Grand Hotel Russischer Hof
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... lunch in the main square at a bakery/cafe to catch up and relax a bit after the drive. We had to walk through this towns Christmas market to get to the cafe and it was all Sheree could to avoid stopping to shop along the way. It even had a tiny ice rink around the famous statue of Shiller and Geothe. These two were contemporaries and lived close to one another, so their houses are famous landmarks. Jesus says that many buildings have plaques that ...
... of the place and about Hitler.
Lunch at the city Berchtesgaden.
Appetizer: tomato pasta and salad.
Main: potato and trout. Both taste good.
The waitresses are dressed sexily in traditional dresses. There is also a young handsome waiter. We sat outside this time.
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!
This morning we are on the Green bus. We had beautiful drive to Eisenach to visit the home of Johann Sebastian Bach. We were treated to a private concert at the Bach house. The house has been turned into a museum with a beautiful garden. Coming from a musical family, thanks to my mom, it was wonderful to hear and see the workings of such a talented musician. Not to mention the fun bubble chairs where you can ...
This morning we went on a walking tour of the beautiful city of Erfurt. The Augustinian Monastery where Luther started his monastic life was one of our destinations. From 1505 - 1511 this is where Luther was a monk and read his first service. Sunday evening we will return to St. Augustine's church to have a reformation songfest service.
We were also able to see the enchanting Merchant's Bridge also known as Krämerbrücke. This is where a lot ...