Park Inn by Radisson Weimar
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... amp; Berlin, 4 hours from Munich, 3 hours from Prague). Because of it's size we've adjusted fairly quickly to the layout and we're already starting to feel like it's home. Weimar has multiple universities, including a world renowned music school, and an abundance of beauty, history and culture which is the driving force behind its almost 5 million tourist vistors each years. The town center is populated with buildings that are exactly what you would picture a quaint ...
... job of telling the history of the Nazi regime from the beginning through the trials! It has an amazing but dark history and Nuremberg has vowed to never be at war again! Let's hope so! We loved the town and the people! We had two of the best meals we have had since we left Florida! I had their well known dish which was pig knuckle with dumplings and sauerkraut ( unlike sauerkraut as we know ...
... first arrive, we walk around, go to the closet food market, and, of course, go eat! :-) and if you just watch people you can usually get a sense of whether they are upbeat, happy, optimistic, etc. Berlin displayed none of these characteristics in the three days we were there! We are in Nurmberg tonight and it is a lovely warm community that we are liking already! More on that later! I hope all is ...
... 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!
... with Esso (!) so we'll put in some good stuff next time. Of course it was cheap! Coffee break in the autobahn services gave us a view of wind turbine blades up close. Three were parked up in the car park - enormous. As we drove along we wondered when we'd pass into old East Germany, no evidence of the fence any more but there was a sign at the side of the autobahn which we think said where the border ...