Ramada Hotel Leipzig
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... which is where he played freshly composed organ pieces every Sunday. Bach composed thousands of pieces of music throughout his lifetime.
It was in this city that we realized Germany has lots of extravagant bookstores with amazing assortments of books new and old. Needless to say, we spent loads of time in bookstores...
Trains from 9am-5pm to get to the other side of Germany. Loooong trip via Frankfurt and Cologne, but it was very interesting to see the countryside. It was Beautiful through the Rhine Valley. Castles galore! Grape vines, barges and little villages/old houses. And now... WE ARE STAYING IN A CASTLE FOR THREE NIGHTS! It's very ...
... single carriageway roads. Finally, we got to Colditz! I reckon we lost an hour with all the satnav problems, but that still gave us time for a reasonable visit to the Schloss Colditz. Grandpa was very pleased we managed to squeeze this visit in.
Colditz Castle was rather understated really, a reasonable musuem but not a lot of detail and it could have been brought to life a bit more.
By 5pm we were heading away to our hotel here on the outskirts of Leipzig. We came across ...
... by a circular street which also passes in front of the train station. Cars were continually driving by with horns honking, waving Germany flags from their windows and yelling. I imagine they were just driving around in circles. The trams were jam packed. I observed for 15-20 minutes and then headed back to the apartment. By the time I arrived there, it seemed quieter in the immediate area. And in another 30-45 minutes relatively quiet. Sometime within the next hour, one ...
... cross an item off of my bucket list. The theme of the program for this evening was “Last Night of the Proms”. That is one event that I have long thought that I would like to attend. Well, as I had expected, the music was symbolic and a virtual reproduction of what would be presented in Royal Albert Hall, but the atmosphere left something to be desired. One cannot expect a German audience to perform the repertoire with all of the gusto of a ...