Hotel Plagwitzer Hof
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... by the whole sense of history. And then there's the music; it's everywhere. There are concerts going on all the time. Tonight we are listening to the world famous St Thomas' Boys Choir singing in St Thomas' church where Bach used to be the choirmaster. Yesterday we finally got to Chris' "must see" for the trip, Colditz Castle. It was exactly as we'd seen it in all those old movies, except now it has been painted white. The Germans had ...
... 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 ...
... getting longer, and the continent is gearing up for a fun summer.
Unfortunately I'm too exhausted to be that enthused.
Don't get me wrong. I'm still enjoying myself. I'm still appreciating every place I visit. But at the same time, I'm running on empty. The combination of a bad diet and inconsistent sleep is not good for me, though I feel much better after finding a salad for lunch.
I think that the routine of travel-check ...
... sup>th century as a small Romanesque church, and the initial church became the St. Thomas Monastery of the Augustinian order around 1212. It was reconstructed several times in a Gothic style by 1496, and now has one of the steepest roofs in Germany with a roof pitch of 63 degrees. In 1539, Martin Luther preached there on Pentecost Sunday, which is the day when the Holy Spirit descended upon the 12 Apostles, and which occurs 50 days after Easter. By this ...