Hotel Plagwitzer Hof
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In Leipzig, we went into a few museums including the Naturkundtmuseum (Natural History) - something I can't resist - as well as the Bach Museum, which is famous because it is in Johann Sebastian Bach's home/school that he ran for young music students. The Church of St. Thomas is right across the ...
Trains from 9am-5pm to get to the other side of Germany. Loooong trip via Frankfurt and Cologne, but it was very interesting to see the countryside. It was Beautiful through the Rhine Valley. Castles galore! Grape vines, barges and little villages/old houses. And now... WE ARE STAYING IN A CASTLE FOR THREE NIGHTS! It's very ...
Phew, what a day. After overnight rain the temperature in Berlin was a lot cooler than yesterday. That said it was still in low 20s so very pleasant.
Samson and I picked up the car and managed to navigate our way back to the hotel to pick up G&G. We then headed south towards Colditz Castle. The plan was to save time tomorrow and visit Colditz today. Despite getting a reasonable size car we just managed to squeeze all the bags into the boot. we left the hotel by about 11.30am ...
... the museum were wide ranging and it was even possible to play a variety of recordings to hear examples of various instruments from a variety of time periods. In the applied arts area there was an exhibit of Jugendstil (art nouveau) glassware, tableware, jewelry and furnishings that I found to be fascinating.
On Thursday I took a morning train to Berlin to see a fellow pharmacist and her husband who are in Germany to visit friends, attend a wedding and then end their travels ...
... was represented by individuals from 26 different countries. There were two others from the U.S. who were on the list. It was a pleasant, casual evening. I had the opportunity to talk to others from China, France, Russia, Italy, South Africa, and Australia. The woman from the U.S. was serving as one of the hosts for the evening, so she was fairly busy greeting everyone as they arrived. The man from the U.S. was with the Tucson Symphony. He indicated to me that he ...