Lounge Hotel Weimar

Brennerstrasse 42, Weimar, Thuringia, 99423, Germany | Hotel
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Food, Glorious Food

A travel blog entry by kooz


... our "party apprenticeships" here as they certainly party much bigger than us. Hehe I also neglected to mention that our hosts (Joachim and Hilde) are currently 75 years old and work the land every day of the year, tending to their animals and gardens. They sell their eggs and produce in the larger town to supplement their income. They are simply amazing. Joachim also went to the town pump, filled up 2 buckets of water and put a "yoke"across his shoulder to carry them to ...

Travelling to small town...

A travel blog entry by kooz

Where mum had spent lots of her child hood. Being an only child in Germany during the war was lonely, so mums parents had lots of friends and extended family around them. Mum spent time in a small town with a young girl 5 years her senior, but they were as close as sisters. We travelled to this town today via the city centre of Munich were Tanja and I picked up some last minute goodies for our ...

Day 6: Weimar

A travel blog entry by alliemhill


Arrived in Weimar today, which is almost impossibly petty! I just had time for a quick visit at Goethe's Wohnhaus before everything closed. Then I walked around a bit and ended up having dinner at a creperie near the Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt, where someone was practicing the piano. A beautiful, peaceful ...

Beginnings and Endings

A travel blog entry by ejm56


... elected Nationalversammlung met in the National Theatre in Weimar to write a new constitution. Weimar was a good choice, being quiet, calm and civilised; whereas back in Berlin, the army was busily killing communists, so it was all a bit noisy and nasty.
Weimar is the home of Goethe and Schiller, and so there is a certain amount of tradition, culture and history already present. The National Theatre is not an overly grand building, but it is handsome, neat and just ...

Bad camping?

A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday


... with Finn and Gwill 8 years ago. There were less wasps and more teenagers on skateboards. We had a little trouble finding the campsite but when we did it was delightful despite being called "Bad Camping".(bad is not the same in German as in English!) 14 pitches surrounded by woods and a pond. 4 other campers and a lovely owner. We got the solar lights to work so I looked rather pretty after dark. Ed did lots of writing and Willow started her tapestry.


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