Victor'S Residenz-Hotel Leipzig
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... s 6am and we spent a long time at a road checkpoint as someone on the coach had lost their passport (not me wooohoo) but got under way again about 40 mins later. Dresden looks ok I wander a bit as I have an hour to kill and grab a coffee before catching my ride to Leipsiz.. Leipsiz is boring, not much here, not much open, no signs in English (first time I've found this) streets barren of people. I decide to head for Halle early and am glad I did. (I've run out of deodorant ...
... two passes. We were early for checkin so dropped our bags and strolled over to "Wurstmeister" -- a fast food Bratwurst joint for the long desired proper German Bratwurst -- none of the curried ****. Mmmm. From there we walked up to St. Thomas Church where J.S. Bach is memorialized and did much work. The church is interesting and someone was practicing on the big organ. See pictures. Now that's a console with sound. The nearby Bach museum ...
No travelling today so we were able to have a leisurely breakfast and do a few domestic chores before setting off on the Brompton bikes along the radweg which follows the Mulde river to Rochlitz. Mainly a very pleasant route through the countryside. We arrived at the Rochlitz Castle and ate our picnic in the courtyard and then the rain and storm started so perfect timing to go inside and look around the ...
... it was locked so the prisoners headed for the coal store and found a small ventilation vent which they all squeezed through. They split into 2 groups, one group took 2 days to make it into Switzerland and the other 5 days. The escape of Dominic Bruce was of personal interest to me as he was Principal of my college. He was a small man and when the Germans decided the majority of prisoners' possessions needed to be packed away in tea chests Mr Bruce took ...
... Lots of information (all forgotten now) and a good interactive section where you could listen to his music and amplify the different instruments as they played their bit of the composition. Very clever man and he wrote a lot of music.
Also home to Richard Wagner, Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, the Gewandhaus Orchestra, the St Thomas Boys Choir and many many more notable composers and musicians.