Radisson Blu Hotel Erfurt
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
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... prisoner was getting measured there was a soldier in a small room behind him. When the soldier received the signal, he would know the prisoner was in the right spot and shot him through the back of the neck. It was chilling walking through the room with the ovens as was seeing the hanging posts ...
... of these relics may be in question, the faith of the pilgrims who flock there survives. After touring the church, Dana was off to sample the famous 4711 cologne, of which the city is so famous. But upon taking a whiff she determined that she prefers Dior!
We boarded our riverboat at noon to enjoy a traditional American BBQ lunch and then set sail to complete our voyage in Amsterdam!
... of anyone so we drove away. We tried another campsite 2 miles up the road according to the satnav but that was also closed, despite ringing the out of hours bell. They obviously don't want business at German campsites! We then found that there was another campsite on the satnav 13 miles away so we headed there along the winding roads. Campingplatz (camping pitz) Drei Gleichen. What a dive. I dealt with a nice enough lady who didn't speak one word of English. We paid double what we ...
... of the Nazi party and how Hitler and the Nazi party used the mess of WW1 to their advantage. We then toured the bunkers, which were built in 1943 after the decisive battle of Stalingrad where Hitler first tasted failure. Lastly, we headed up a very steep bus ride, and spent time visiting the actual Eagle's Nest. The alpine chalet was built as a 50th birthday gift for Hitler. Apparently, he didn't like heights so there are only ...
... where Martin Luther lived as a monk. It is a 14-th century Gothic monastery church. It was recognized as a "national heritage site of special cultural interest" in 2004, and now serves as a museum, including a permanent exhibition “Bible-Monastery-Luther,” which was opened in May 2002 in the former dormitory of the monks, which includes a replica the cell where Martin Luther lived. Other than the Lutherhaus, this was the most ...