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

Strehla to Meissen (41km) - Day 18

A travel blog entry by sydandval on Jun 01, 2015

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... 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

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Last night was clear and very cold. Sunrise bought clear skies and we stayed in bed until 7am when our tent warmed up. Today's ride was more farm roads, more fields, more boring villages with no shops or cafes and apparently no people - we rarely see any people when traversing villages during the day. Again the strong and cold winds battered us as the path changed direction. In a day that we found hard-going (undulations as well as the wind) a ...

A Sunday drive to ...........Germany!!!!

A travel blog entry by tcb_2014 on Dec 07, 2014

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We decided to do an optional tour that was offered by Trafalgar on our tour which was to Dresden in the former East Germany...... & what a good idea it was, such a pleasant surprise. We travelled by coach about 2 hrs north of Prague our first stop was a visit to the Meissen Porcelain Centre which has been operating since 1710. It is very expensive & even ...

Rebuilding from the rubble

A travel blog entry by xerius on Apr 21, 2007

... a couple decades down the line and see how much has changed (or improved!).

Walking the sights of the Altstadt (and, to a lesser extent, the Neustadt) took well under the two days time we've had here. Since Mayu and I are not particularly avid fans of museums, we declined the entry fees and the time spent indoors on such beautiful days. So instead, this afternoon we took an easy daytrip out to Meißen, a small, but stunning old city about 40 minutes out ...

Like a Phoenix From the Ashes

A travel blog entry by danschedler on Oct 07, 2006

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... was no way I was going to repeat the walk I'd just done and then walk who knows how much further to the old town itself. Not in this weather. I opted instead to make for the restaurant next door, across the parking lot. It was a fairly typical establishment mimicking the old world kind of style but, clearly had been built within the last decade or so. They served traditional German fare; hot and hearty, rib-sticking food. Afterward, as the rain continued, I ...