Hotel Kaiserin Augusta
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... prisoner was getting measured there was a soldier in a small room behind him. When the soldier received the signal, he would know the prisoner was in the right spot and shot him through the back of the neck. It was chilling walking through the room with the ovens as was seeing the hanging posts ...
Despite the very chilly and damp weather, the kids enjoyed authentic German sausage for lunch from from of the markets in the square. Then it was time to catch the bus that would take us to Buchenwald.
Any American with basic knowledge of World War II is familiar with Germany's dark past. Seeing the remnants of a place where people were systematically slaughtered is haunting beyond words. While many of Buchenwald's buildings were ...
We were aiming for Paulfeld, Catterfeld, ACSI 659 and drove up the winding road through the beautiful Thuringian forest. We were really excited about this site! In the heart if the forest with a natural swimming lake... What's not to love?! We arrived to find the office closed since 3pm. It was now just after 530 but we have always found campsites open till late (although we have never left it this late). There were various notices on the door but all in German and we walked around with ...
... UNESCO World Heritage Site. I love this little town! It felt so cozy, and just so old! I loved walking down the narrow cobblestone streets with the buildings rising up around me. It is my favorite Altstadt so far. We returned to Erfurt and stopped at the Thuringia Folk Musuem. We weren't sure what to expect but we loved it! The exhibits show life in Thuringia mostly from the 1800s on. There are lots of photos, old clothes, furniture, ...
... century as a simple chapel and has grown steadily over the ears, and is primarily a roman catholic church, but it also serves as the episcopal seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Erfurt. It is located on a hillside in the city center, and it is a huge and stunning building. The Mariendom is breathtaking and easily spotted from far away, partly because of its three towers and many steep spires, its long and stained windows, and its large ...