Privatzimmer Weyh, Heidemarie

Uferstr. 48 99817 Eisenach, Eisenach, Thuringia, 99817, Germany | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Eisenach

Food, Glorious Food

A travel blog entry by kooz


... for the pigs. Who on earth has a "yoke" these days, much less uses one? Obviously this couple, as they only got running tap water to the town in 1985. But they wouldn't have it any other way. Oh and another thing. Obviously living in a very small town, everyone knows what is going on. Mum was showing us around the town and I was taking some photos when 2 ladies (or Mrs Mangles) came riding up asking us why we were taking photos of houses in very accusational voices. ...

Travelling to small town...

A travel blog entry by kooz

Where mum had spent lots of her child hood. Being an only child in Germany during the war was lonely, so mums parents had lots of friends and extended family around them. Mum spent time in a small town with a young girl 5 years her senior, but they were as close as sisters. We travelled to this town today via the city centre of Munich were Tanja and I picked up some last minute goodies for our ...

First few days in Berlin

A travel blog entry by alanna21

... wall and then also seeing a part of the berlin wall that is protected as it is close to a underground Gestapo (can't remember exactly) headquarters which has been marked a heritage site. The cold war is such a crazy and interesting period of time and to see the berlin wall was incredible -the memorial of murdered Jews. This was a phenomenal memorial. I recommend anyone who doesn't know what it is just quickly google it to see a picture and a vague idea. When the artist ...


A travel blog entry by antandlidi2014


... m not sure if it was a beer or a cider or a mix! Then it was a drive to Lucerne in Switzerland for a breathe taking view of the Swiss Alps. A lovely romantic stroll in the evening along the wooden bridge in the centre of the city was out ...

The Wartburg

A travel blog entry by dadonatrain


... by the Pope (who else woulda done it!?) he was given refuge here by Frederick, King of Saxony at the time. (Sigi: post comments anywhere you want to, to correct my meager knowledge of European history! I am well aware you majored in history and I did not!).

While Luther was here, in a period of about 10 months, he translated the New Testament from Greek into German. Of ...


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