Novum Apartment Hotel Am Ratsholz Leipzig
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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The six hour train ride to Leipzig brought us into the heart of Germany. We have never been in this part of the old East before and it seemed as though we were travelling back through the pages of school and university textbooks, with places like Weimar bringing back memories of half forgotten lectures. The countryside looked extremely prosperous and we could see none of the old Soviet style buildings that we had still seen in the nineties ...
... 10 each for a concert starting in 15 minutes. Seemed fortuitous so off we went to get in line
-the concert was nice although the pews were uncomfortable. We bailed after an hour n went to check out the two GDR museums. The first one had almost no English n was done very 1989 style so it was disappointing.
-the second one was better n explained the brief history of GDR from ...
... people that I haven't seen for some time. It's amazing how you can pick up where you left off with someone you haven't seen for years, or didn't even really know that well before. I guess travelling far away has the potential to bring people closer.
Today was fairly chilled. We wandered around Leipzig for a few hours and took in the sights. Germany, for all it's modern features, still has very ...
... eat-sleep needs a shake up to reinvigorate me. That's why it was great to hang out with people yesterday at Christiania (who would've thought there'd be a commune like that in the middle of Copenhagen?), and it's been fun to visit a few familiar faces as I travel. Still, I don't have the energy, nor any interest in partying like many of the other tourists I come across seem to do. Unless there's something unique about a place, like in Christiania yesterday ...
... Nikolaikirche (St. Nicholas Church), which I visited next, was built in the 12th century, and was initially built in a Romanesque style, but when it was extended in the 16th century it was built in a more Gothic style. The church also has a very beautiful romantic stile of organ. It was initially used as a Catholic Church, but the church became a Protestant Church in 1539 after the Reformation, although the Catholic Church is also allowed to use ...