Leonardo Hotel & Residenz
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... how much of a legend it had become in the West until about 15 years ago; now they get over 30,000 visitors a year. We had a really interesting guided tour and got to see all the details of the well-known story, including the glider that the prisoners had secretly built, planning to launch it off the pitched roof, but the war ended before they had a chance to do so. However, an English team built an exact replica from the original ...
... 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 ...
I'm actually writing this in transit to Leipzig, on the second train of the day. I'm making sure I travel first class each time now. I like having comfy seats and leg room.
After spending most of yesterday inebriated in one way or another, I woke up today to realise it's been three months since I left New Zealand. It's been so long that my beard has grown back to its former glory after being shaved off a while ago. The weather is getting warmer, the ...
Leipzig was one of the biggest cities I visited. As such, I noticed that it had very diverse parts of town in terms of scenery. Getting off at Leipzig Hauptbahnhof, the city seemed to be overtaken by big streets, lots of traffic, and a general feel of chaos such as that in New York City (which I've never actually been to, but I can only assume). The hostel I stayed at, the Sleepy Lion Hostel, was right down the street from the train station, and I thought that ...