Park Hotel Seaside Leipzig
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... Berlin. It was a very uneventful trip apart from when we were stopped for an hour because of a suspected bomb at the next station! Leipzig is a fabulous city, spacious and elegant, and again we have seen no sign of half expected drabness. There are some derelict buildings, but mainly everything looks proudly fresh and restored and colourful. I had expected beautiful buildings, of which there are many, but I had no idea about all the ...
... for an hour just as the crowds started to get dense. It was an excellent stop
-onward to Leipsig with an interesting detour right at the end due to an accident on the motorway. Go GPS!! We continued our tradition of driving in a pedestrian only zone as we hunted for our hotel. :-). Glad we have a teeny car.
-we got settled into our simple but clean and adequate hotel n learned ...
... or activity on Sundays. In a smaller city like Leipzig this makes everything rather quiet. It strikes me as somewhat of a student town. I'm in no rush to get to Munich tomorrow so I might do a bit of an explore before I leave.
When I say explore, I really mean go back to the video game store which had lots of retro consoles in the windows. They had a Philips CD-i. No one had a Philips CD-i.
... getting longer, and the continent is gearing up for a fun summer.
Unfortunately I'm too exhausted to be that enthused.
Don't get me wrong. I'm still enjoying myself. I'm still appreciating every place I visit. But at the same time, I'm running on empty. The combination of a bad diet and inconsistent sleep is not good for me, though I feel much better after finding a salad for lunch.
I think that the routine of travel-check ...
... ceiling, which was white with a gothic red rib vaulted ceiling.
The Altes Rathaus: Stadtgeschichtliches Museum is the museum of Leipzig’s city history. Objects and information pertaining to the city from many centuries is documented here. The museum is structured in two halves, one on the first floor and one on the second. Leipzig’s ancient history is displayed on the first floor in a stunning old building. On the second floor, ...