Ibis Leipzig City
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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 ...
... a crazy 40 years n interesting to think that a good bit of it happened during our lifetime. Was a good stop.
-back to the hotel for some overdue showers. Then out to dinner to try a second Indian place. Service n food were slooooow n food was only ok. So a bit of a bummer but given all the things we have been able to do in Leipsig in an afternoon, it has been a success.
I arrived in Leipzig late in the afternoon to meet a friend from high school that I hadn't seen in something like eight years. As you can imagine we had quite a bit of catching up to do. This we did, over dinner, shisha and several beverages. As an aside, I tried a sushi train for the first time. Funny how I had to travel all the way to Germany to do that.
One of the best parts of this trip has been catching ...
... 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 ...
... Luther’s Reformation had already gained a lot of popularity throughout Eastern Germany.
From 1723 to 1750, Johann Sebastian Bach served as choir director. Bach was schooled in the same school in Eisenach as Luther, 2 centuries after him. He was deeply religious, and considered one of the most influential Lutheran musicians. His remains are now in the Tomaskirche, marked by a plaque with a plethora of bouquets on top of it. Seeing ...