Ringhotel Zum Stein Worlitz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... in the castle, it was interesting to see all the things they used to torture people so many years ago.
After taking a short ferry ride across the river we walked through a nice park along the river to a small restaurant where we ate lunch. Then we continued walking in the park past the town zoo and beautiful flower gardens and back to our hotel. It was nice to see their city.
We had ...
Today our tour ended with breakfast. Some of the group went on to London, some to the airport, but we went to the train station and took the train to see Marian. We had to take three different trains and when we got to the last change we found out there was construction on the tracks and the last 15 minutes would be done by bus. We had been in contact with Marian as to our progress and when we informed him of the track ...
... by the ideals of The Enlightenment, and aimed to overcome the formal garden concept of the Baroque era in favour of a naturalistic landscape as he had seen at various stately homes. Today the cultural landscape of Dessau-Wörlitz encompasses an area of 142 km2 and features lakes and canals as well as classic and Gothic temples. One part of our group took a ...
... travel writer and TV presenter whose book had guided us through Slovenia and Croatia. Walking west along the cobbled street we passed Melanchthon House, home to Phillip Melanchthon, another Protestant reformer, and to the Parish church of St. Marien. Luther preached here and it is considered the mother-church of Protestantism as this was where the first service in German, not Latin, was held. The market square has statues of both Luther and Melanchthon ...
... saltimbocca veal for me and halibut for Kathy we set out for a stroll around the town led by our tour director Emma. Torgau is a Renaissance town, famous for the 1945 meeting of Russian and American troops on the bombed bridge that crossed the Elbe, as the allies pushed the Germans back towards Berlin. It is remembered with an erected memorial and a celebration each year on the banks of the river. The town has ...