Ramada Hotel Leipzig
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Leipzig
... said was the name of each building or church and that is printed on the map. Never mind, didn’t break the bank.
Temperatures in the low 30’s each day. Certainly plenty hot enough.
Sunday took a tram and a bus and went to the sea. About 10km out of town. They filled the old open cast coal mines in with water, put sandy beaches in and called it a sea. Water was very clear and ...
... figure waving at me, well till he shouted, " Oi CRE! "
He had got there early and waited, he's that kind of guy, so we had lunch, went to the castle, too late, so went to a campsite and had dinner.
During the evening we sat with Jack and his wife, forgive me I can't remember her name, who were from Holland and bikers. They were great fun, and we had a great night and laughed a lot. ...
... Johann Sebastian Bach worked in a church here, Richard Wagner was born in 1813 and the composer Mendelssohn established Germany's first music conservatory all in Leipzig.
After exploring the city we went to a very large monument on the outskirts of town called the Battle of Nations. It was built in 1913 to commemorate the defeat of Napoleon ...
... by little laneways and pretty buildings. It was time to get some culture and learn more about the history of the former DDR so a trip to the local history museum was next. To be honest it was really well done. It told the history of Germany both East and West from 1945 to the present day. Growing up through the Cold War and remembering the fall of the iron curtain it was a poignant reminder that it was only recent history and that the Germany ...
... the extortionate 4.50EUR and sent her on her on her way. Once back at the main station Beaver learnt her first lesson of her holiday, namely if you buy a train ticket in Germany the day before you travel they are half the price of what you pay on the day of travel. Ouch! So buying a ticket to Leipzig for today as well as a ticket for Dresden for tomorrow she set off in search of food. The good thing about germany is that there is ...