Hotel-Pension Am Kirschberg

Am Kirschberg 27, Weimar, Thuringia, 99423 , Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Weimar

Super Marios finally

A travel blog entry by jackie.a0910

... with.The first things we will try to sort out is the repairs to the camper and we currently have a welcome invitation to stay as long as we want to with Mario, which is great giving us time to get things sorted.
This blog will be short and sweet and over the next few days I will catch up on our travels.
Steve and Sally , I ...

Mums birthday

A travel blog entry by iwhitnall

Mums birthday was yesterday. We went out for breakfast to a restaurant called ". "Where we had nice eggs and coffee That afternoon there was a big hale storm that lasted for at least 30 mins When it stopes raining we went and got döner kebabs for ...

Bach, Wagner and Puccini

A travel blog entry by wanderinggoose

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... to secure some least-minute tickets to the "Festspiele" in the city tonight. A special stage has been created between a Catholic cathedral and a Protestant church where we have arrived, along with a throng of about 2,000 other spectators to hear an open-air rendition of Puccini's 'Turandot'. The summer evening lends itself beautifully to a most enjoyable performance. This was definitely today's highlight.

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Weimar's Goethe

A travel blog entry by wanderinggoose

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... the lower floor only.

We decide to head back to Erfurt and return to the same 'Biergarten' that we discovered the night before. Walter and Alastair had a pre-arrangement with last night's waiter to privately purchase some bottles of their special house-brew and he was most pleased to have our custom again. We remained till late, talking with others at a neighbouring table. They meet once a week at this beer garden for a round of 'Skat' (related to the card game of ...

Spelunking Beneath Wiemar

A travel blog entry by keviimis

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... br> After breakfast we wandered around the city for a while. We got some ice cream and headed to the park. A few of us decided to check out the cave I had mentioned the first day. It was a lot farther down than we had expected. The first half of it had man-made walls from when it was used as the Nazi Headquarters during World War II. In each of these rooms were exhibits. One had digging ...

   

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