Radisson Blu Hotel Erfurt
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... bus leaves on time, it's fairly full and quite a long trip of 6 hours, it starts to get dark around 4ish and I do not arrive until 7pm but I'm hoping to throw my stuff in my room and then head out for a couple of hours. I arrived about an hour late but had been upgraded to a better room when.i checked in. I explored a little but night was closing in so I didn't see ...
... but what the he'll. I left at10am with my Bus being at 11:40 and15 minutes later got to the station got my ticket and waited. The trains are efficient and well used here much like home and at 11:03 we left, Leipzig Messe is two stops and arrives at lovely Time 11:21 -Bus 11:40 ok No one else gets off - Strange. I go down stairs to the exit where there are Team lines then upstairs to out and I'm back in the train station. I go down stairs to exit and Tram ...
Once again we woke this morning to another miserable day. We left Munich after breakfast and travelled to Dreseden. The roads are amazing. Mick was travelling about 135k an hour. He did get up to 169 a couple of times and cars were passing us at higher speeds. You don't even realise you are travelling at such high speeds. We ...
After breakfast we headed for Salzburg. The drive only took 2 hours. We noticed on the way a huge line up at the boarder of Austria and Germany. They checking cars for refugees. We immediately decided to find another way over the border for the journey home. Gay and I have been there before but Ruth and Mick hadn't. Beautiful town under very green mountains. I am sure they would be green if we had of seen them through fog and ...
Alastair has arranged to meet an acquaintance he met at Silverstone just a few weeks ago, so he leaves our hotel room at an early hour to catch a train or two to Kassel for the day. He figures there's more to see of interest than where we're heading, which is Eisenach.
This is the town in which J.S. Bach was born and his former residence is now a museum. Eisenach is also a place where Luther spent much ...