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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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Flemmingener Hof Hartha

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Travel Blogs from Hartha

Meissen magic

A travel blog entry by kawiusue on Jun 30, 2015

3 comments, 11 photos

... staying in a delightful hotel a quick walk from the river and old town. It is a wonderful thing to just sit in one of the town squares watching the people and their world go by. There are many buildings in the town that fell into disrepair during the communist era. These are now being renovated for apartments and are quite beautiful. Meissen is best known as the birth place of European porcelain so we ...

Strehla to Meissen (41km) - Day 18

A travel blog entry by sydandval on Jun 01, 2015

4 photos

... railway line (more like a cliff, no wonder there were no connecting roads to get to it easily). There were a number of unexpected climbs that we had to push up as well as undulations that we can now manage.

The good about the day: most of the way we had following winds, except for a couple of places where the path twisted and turned. The traffic in the roadside sections was very light. The morning coffee and cake that we had in Riesa when we got totally ****** off about the ...

Torgau to Strehla (41km) - Day 17

A travel blog entry by sydandval on May 31, 2015

5 photos

... when we left Lossnig the sign said 5km to Strehla, and when we turned 2.5km later the next sign said 4.1km to Strehla - obviously some non-linear metric in use here). When we reached the turnoff for the campsite, after more cobbles, we had a 500m push up a very steep hill that was not marked on the map. The campsite turned out to be in the local swimming complex, which was completely deserted even though it was quite a nice day by ...

Rebuilding from the rubble

A travel blog entry by xerius on Apr 21, 2007

... the Altstadt. Yet all over the Altmarkt and Neumarkt (Old and New Market Squares), ongoing construction is still digging foundations, tearing up wide open spaces of nothingness and restoring long-lost facades. It really puts into perspective how devastated the place must have been in 1945. I always knew it was a massive loss of life and culture, but this somehow made it so much more real.

I'd like to say that Dresden is a gorgeous city, but as of yet, I ...

Dresden

A travel blog entry by jlala on Nov 11, 2006

... war. About 35,000 people were killed. 2006 marks the 800th anniversary of the town and many of the bomb sites have been restored. I missed the 11 plus train all thanks to the bus and rail system in Berlin. I forgot that it was a Saturday and buses took longer than normal. I only got to Dresden at about 4pm and spent 2 hours there. I saw many old buildings. One of the nicest mural I saw was ...