Hotel Schwibbogen Gorlitz
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Travel Blogs from Gorlitz
... many, many years. As a current "resident" of Germany, I feel that this is likely the most significant thing that I have done since my arrival. Immer erinnern—nie vergessen (always remember—never forget).
You can tell that it is WM (World Cup) time. You see many more German flags on cars and some homes than is typical. They aren’t displayed nearly as much here as are U.S. flags at home from my experience.
The weather has taken ...
... describe my current apartment. It is on the 3rd floor of a building with 6 apartments. As you enter the door there is a hallway that leads to all of the rooms. To the right is a nice-size kitchen with a cooktop, oven, half-size refrigerator without freezer and a table with 4 chairs. To the left is the combination living and sleeping area. There is a 2-piece sectional sofa, coffee table and media stand with about a 30 inch television there. In one corner there is a ...
Brandi and I readied in the morning and went down to breakfast at 08:00 to find Michael waiting to see me. He only stayed about 5 minutes but wanted me to have his business card. After breakfast, Brandi and I walked around town on a picture-taking mission. I showed her the sights from the Night Watchman tour. We attempted to buy souvenirs but were ...
... of homes and pedestrians. We stopped in a delightful town named Weikersheim. It has a large central circle with hotels, shops, and museums. Just beyond lies the huge castle Weikersheim Palace. We were given 30 minutes to tour it. The tour cost 6 euros. Unfortunately the guide did not speak English. We were handed a sheet that explained some of the rooms we were seeing but it did not seem in order and was confusing. We did learn that the royalty that the castle was built for ...
... my connection time in Dresden was only 14 minutes, I knew this would cause me to make a revised travel plan. Although there were only about 4 stops between Leipzig and Dresden, it seemed that with each successive stop the train was making up lost time. My potential bit of luck was that the connecting train in Dresden was on an adjacent track and I would just have to walk directly from one train to the other. However, that hope was dashed when I departed the train in Dresden ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed