Hotel Arena City
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Trains from 9am-5pm to get to the other side of Germany. Loooong trip via Frankfurt and Cologne, but it was very interesting to see the countryside. It was Beautiful through the Rhine Valley. Castles galore! Grape vines, barges and little villages/old houses. And now... WE ARE STAYING IN A CASTLE FOR THREE NIGHTS! It's very ...
... closure on our journey but thankfully managed to navigate around that without too much problem. We then headed towards the city of Leipzig and it was with huge relief that the satnav finally agreed with the route I had already planned to get to the hotel.
Having arrived we had some debate as to what to do for dinner. G&G decided to stay in the hotel and use their restaurant. S & I decided to brave it and use the local S-Bahn to go into the city. However, on arrival at ...
... to Thomaskirche for an organ concert, I passed the Markt and watched part of the Christopher Street Day parade. It was small in comparison to those that I had seen in Chicago, New York, San Francisco and even Indianapolis. Thomaskirche is quite historic as it served as the site for the founding of the Universität Leipzig in 1409 and the place where Martin Luther preached in 1539. The concert was well attended, although there was an entry fee—somewhat unusual for most ...
... which had been recommended by a friend at home. The best explanation that I can give is that it would be the European version of Long John Silver’s—only the choices are far healthier with most offering being baked or grilled and not deep-fried. The choices are quite appealing as well. I ordered the Scholle mit Bratkartoffeln und Gemüse (plaice or flounder with fried potatoes and mixed vegetables). It was very tasty. I then headed to an address not ...
... has to be at least 10 times the size of Bautzen and yet it is virtually a pedestrian zone--although there are occasional taxis, buses and the occasional passenger vehicle. It really makes for pleasant walks.
I had trouble going to sleep overnight, so I got up and worked on a project for at least an hour. Yesterday I had passed a building that had a number of doctor's offices. I noted that there was a cardiology clinic, so I decided to go there to see if I could get ...