Hotel Adler Leipzig
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... and old arcades threading their way throughout the city. Being Europe life takes place on all the wide pavements, and the whole population seems to be out eating ice creams and cake and coffee and pils. I guess they've had plenty of practice; Leipzig is celebrating its 1000th anniversary this year! We've been walking around following in the footsteps of Bach, Mendlessohn , Wagner, Goethe, and Martin Luther, becoming ...
... 10 each for a concert starting in 15 minutes. Seemed fortuitous so off we went to get in line
-the concert was nice although the pews were uncomfortable. We bailed after an hour n went to check out the two GDR museums. The first one had almost no English n was done very 1989 style so it was disappointing.
-the second one was better n explained the brief history of GDR from ...
... people that I haven't seen for some time. It's amazing how you can pick up where you left off with someone you haven't seen for years, or didn't even really know that well before. I guess travelling far away has the potential to bring people closer.
Today was fairly chilled. We wandered around Leipzig for a few hours and took in the sights. Germany, for all it's modern features, still has very ...
... to me, and I want to make the most of it. Having that on the horizon has kept me going. I honestly don't know what my mindset would be if I was facing another month and a half solo. It's possible I'd be on an early flight home.
The last third of my travels includes a couple of shifts in location and direction which will, hopefully, keep things interesting. Fingers crossed there are a couple good nights of sleep in my immediate future also.
... Luther’s Reformation had already gained a lot of popularity throughout Eastern Germany.
From 1723 to 1750, Johann Sebastian Bach served as choir director. Bach was schooled in the same school in Eisenach as Luther, 2 centuries after him. He was deeply religious, and considered one of the most influential Lutheran musicians. His remains are now in the Tomaskirche, marked by a plaque with a plethora of bouquets on top of it. Seeing ...