Ramada Hotel Leipzig City Centre
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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I arrived in Leipzig late 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 ...
... important to me, and I want to make the most of it. Having that on the horizon has kept me going. I honestly don't know what my mindset would be if I was facing another month and a half solo. It's possible I'd be on an early flight home. The last third of my travels includes a couple of shifts in location and direction which will, hopefully, keep things interesting. Fingers crossed there's a couple good nights sleep in my immediate future also. ...
... from the past. - Hauptbahnhof, always nice to see railway stations, and it has an old steam locomotive inside.
- Augustplatz and all its remarkable buildings.
- the Völkerslachtdenkmal is quite bombastic... but didn't charm us for long.
- all the cool communist architecture along roads like Strasse des 18 Oktober, Goethestrasse, ...
... in the park before getting on the bus at 5pm to go home. Luckily I jumped straight onto a tram at the train station and was home just after midnight. Oh but we did travel over this pretty tall bridge on the way back and I am still trying to figure out what this giant sand hill near Heringen is for!
... Rudyard Kipling in the Soldiers Memorial in Melbourne, it always reminds me that ideologies and nations will send many young men to their deaths for no good reason.
I ended up catching the tram back into town and got off at Augustusplatz and had a look inside the beautifully pastel coloured Nikolaikirche and the goings on around the Naschmarkt. I guess the market place comes from the German word naschen, to nibble ...