Leonardo Hotel Weimar
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
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Today we left Berlin and headed to Weimar. We walked around the town and also stopped for lunch before heading to Buchenwald. At Buchenwald, we walked around the camp and saw where roll call was held, the SS offices, the prison, the gas chamber and ovens and the doctors rooms.in the doctors rooms, when the prisoner was getting measured there was a …
... more (tons of meat) when compared to Italy (do not shun us! We still love our Italian food! It's just nice not to have bread and pasta every night). We've also had some delicious food plates at local restaurants we ate at in the last 2 weeks - bratwurst, schnitzel, dumplings, pork with goulash sauce, currywurst... bottom line - FOOD IS AMAZING!
Although there are some big changes, the transition to Germany has not been all that difficult due to the help of the school ...
... at). We saw the amazingly beautiful Erfurt Dome (see pictures..really WOW). And then grabbed some beer and walked around the city for the rest of the night before taking a 20 minute train ride back to Weimar. All in all we probably have not spent more than 8 hours in Erfurt thus far. It is a place that we plan to go to often with it being so close and it has one of the best Christmas markets in the area. So stay tune for even more pictures and entries of this beautiful city!
... 1945 to 1990. The next motorway services we went into looked like how you might imagine a GDR services/customs/detention centre might look. Obviously they haven't removed all remnants of the old regime. We drove through and stopped for lunch in the next no facilities parking platz, like a French aire. Some of the autobahn had signs saying end of 130 kph speed limit and boy do they obey those signs!!! ...
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 ...