Privatzimmer Weyh, Heidemarie

Uferstr. 48 99817 Eisenach, Eisenach, Thuringia, 99817, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Uferstr. 48 99817 Eisenach, Eisenach, is near Wartburg Castle and Bachhaus.
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Travel Blogs from Eisenach


A travel blog entry by amyandlily on Aug 27, 2014

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... for 2 whole days. So I was going to make the most of it! I spent most of the morning in Fembo House, which, following the cities near demolition during WW2, is one of the only surviving house from the middle ages when the town was originally founded. It now hosts a museum on the cities history. If I was going to recommend one museum, this would be it! By the time I came out the rain had stopped and there were people everywhere! The whole city atmosphere ...

Cute little toy train villages

A travel blog entry by daz-marie on Aug 12, 2014

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Our first impression of Germany wasn't great, but to be fair we got off the train in Frankfurt late and being a bit flat after leaving the Spanish family in Spain. After the normal hussle and bussel of Train stations we worked out where our Hotel was. Luckily our hotel was very close, well if you can call it a hotel as it was cold, raining and late. Threw the bags in the room and headed ...

The journey begins

A travel blog entry by moritz.keim on Aug 02, 2014

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After our start in Mainz, Hannes and I had a long drive to Hamburg. We started quite slowly with a detour to Hannes' dad where he had forgotten a memory card. Next, we drove through a lot of villages before figuring out thatthe gps was set up to evade Autobahn whenever possible... d'oh! In Hamburg, we got to know a great Barkeeper just after arrival who have us some info about the City and seemed to like our random road trip idea. Then we sat and talked with Anne until late at ...

The Day of the Train

A travel blog entry by europe2014-gams on Jul 29, 2014

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... river. Then how exactly do you get a taxi when there are no phones, no taxis and no one working at the train station? We managed to call a taxi with my very bad German and the ride to the castle was 10 E and straight up hill. It reminded me to the switch backs in BC. The Castle is very cool. The local temperature is about 25 c, and it is storming fiercely. We were loosing power intermittently and the lightening show over the village is brilliant. The town is ...

The Wartburg

A travel blog entry by dadonatrain on Apr 07, 2012

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... 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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