Ibis Hotel Eisenach
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... because of its proximity to France and the fact that Koblenz
was a bottleneck for all means of transportation. It served through WWI and WWII and was occupied by both French and US armies.
In the afternoon we toured the Marksburg Castle. Marksburg Castle is a splendid fortress that sits above the town of
Braubach in Germany's Middle Rhine region is the only castle that has never ...
... of anyone so we drove away. We tried another campsite 2 miles up the road according to the satnav but that was also closed, despite ringing the out of hours bell. They obviously don't want business at German campsites! We then found that there was another campsite on the satnav 13 miles away so we headed there along the winding roads. Campingplatz (camping pitz) Drei Gleichen. What a dive. I dealt with a nice enough lady who didn't speak one word of English. We paid double what we ...
Today was a very somber day, both in where we visited and the weather itself. The day was dreary and shrouded in fog, or as Harrison called it, the "White Void." It turned out to be a very appropro statement as we headed up to visit the Eagle's Nest.
We started in Salzburg and took a drive up to Berschtgaden, Germany. We spent some time touring the small village and then headed to the TI for our tour. From here, ...
Today was our first day of "real" sightseeing. We drove to Eisenach, about 30 minutes from where we are staying. First stop, Wartburg Castle. After a steep hike up to the castle from the parking lot, we joined a tour in German. They gave us a pamphlet in English so we could try to follow along, which was a nice thing because I think my Deutsch is getting worse. I would love to tell you more about the history of Wartburg, but as I understood none of the tour, you can ...
Erfurt is the city where Martin Luther studied at the University of Erfurt from 1501-1505, lived as an Augustinian monastery from 1505-1507, became a priest in 1507, and preached until moving back to Wittenburg in 1511. He started the revolution in 1517, and in 1521, the Reformation had made its way back to Erfurt.
Mariendom (St. Mary's Cathedral), which is otherwise known as the catholic Erfurt Cathedral, was founded in the ...