The Westin Leipzig
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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 ...
... has suggested we visit enroute. Bamberg is one of them and is supposed to be one of the most attractive towns in Germany..we'll see!
Today we travelled through a lot of rural Germany. The question we kept asking was 'where are all the people?' Even around the hotel in this residential area, nobody was outside, no people walking along the pavements..really strange..as if The Dawn of the Planet of the Apes had happened!
Shower time then bed....
Signing off from Leipzig.
... train station, I got a sandwich zu mitnehmen (to take with me) and headed to the track for my departure back to Leipzig. Awaiting for the train to arrive, I was surprised to look up and see the woman that I had had a conversation with earlier. The trip back to Leipzig was routine and it was around 10:30 PM when I arrived at the apartment.
After a little more city touring on Friday, I ate dinner at Thüringer Hof. This is the restaurant that I had tried to find once earlier, ...
... with the stock market gains recently, with only a few minor changes to be considered. Tonight will probably challenge the Ruhezeit (quite time—10 PM – 6 AM) as the World Cup game with Brazil does not start until 10 PM locally. Regardless of the outcome, I would imagine that there will likely be some degree of rowdiness.
As it turned out it was relatively calm and peaceful overnight. I guess that was due to the quite unexpected ...
... Church) which is a memorial to the thousands of Russian soldiers who died in the Battle of Nations in 1813. The interior is incredibly stunning, but unfortunately no photography is allowed. This led to a series of additional, related memorials. The impressive and massive Völkerschlachtdenkmal. I must thank a friend at home for pointing out that it was designed by Bruno Schmitz who also designed the Soldiers and Sailors Monument. The monument in Leipzig was completed in ...