Hotel Flemmingener Hof

Address: Leipziger Strasse 1, Hartha, Saxony, 04746, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Leipziger Strasse 1, Hartha.
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Travel Blogs from Hartha

Great Escape

A travel blog entry by woggley on Aug 05, 2015

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... to miss each other. Next time mate?
Anyway I was riding towards where I thought I should be, and nearly stopped in the wrong bloody village. Finally worked that out and pushed on.
Only about 7 miles away, and rode into Colditz square town on a very hot day.
I'll be honest and say I didn't even notice it was a big gay R1200GS, just I could park my bike there. Nor did I notice the ...

Dresden to Munich

A travel blog entry by shawn-teneale on Jul 12, 2015

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We leave Dresden for a short road trip south to Chemnitz. Dresden was beautiful but we really thought one day may have been enough. Such a beautiful city (the part we saw anyway) considering 90% of it was destroyed in allied bombing raids in early 1945 just before the war ended (have a read, 50,000 civilians killed by the British and Yanks with bombs and fire bombs!) It still maintains an "old" city feel walking through the ...

Meissen magic

A travel blog entry by kawiusue on Jun 30, 2015

3 comments, 11 photos

... people that, time after time, faced the guns of foreign powers or the batons of homegrown totalitarian regimes to claim their right to live as they choose. To stand where 350,000 citizens of Prague stood for 10 nights to pull off the Velvet Revolution in 1989 was humbling to say the least. We are now in beautiful Meissen on the Elbe River in the former East Germany. It is so quiet and peaceful after Prague. ...

Strehla to Meissen (41km) - Day 18

A travel blog entry by sydandval on Jun 01, 2015

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... on to Dresden. We have almost decided to take at least one more night in Dresden and train out part way to the border to avoid the large conurbation. This would mean leaving for Bayreuth from Dresden rather than Konigstein as planned. We may be able to get a bus tour out to the 'Saxon Switzerland' rather than cycling there. It all depends on what we see from the train when we go to Prague on Wednesday.

Wildlife note: Disturbed an Eagle eating its lunch on a tree stump next to the ...

Rebuilding from the rubble

A travel blog entry by xerius on Apr 21, 2007

Here we are in a city that rings familiar in the minds of most people that know Germany. Anyone the least bit familiar with World War II knows of the terrible fate of Dresden, bombed to oblivion one fateful day in February 1945. The Communist government of the GDR left the place to rot for about 50 years, and then finally the civic authorities under the newly united German state decided to pick up the pieces again. I've been wanting to come here for ages, but just ...