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Sun Jun 21
-we decided to head to Leipsig today to c some museums n the home of Bach. We wanted to get an early start but got going a tad later than hoped
-on the way we r stopping at Bastei which has a series of rock bridges built into the craggy promontories on the cliffs. We made it there before the 10am rush of tour buses n …
... air "free" concert in the Market Square on Friday and Saturday night wasn’t to the same high standard unfortunately. A few crooners, a look alike Elvis (who didn’t know the words to the songs) and lots of ho hum performers. But it filled the two evenings in. Kept waiting for something to happen but it didn’t.
The main monument is a giant stone monument to the Battle of the Nations ...
Unfortunately, my first blog didn't go as planned. I truly apologize for never posting, but what can I say... Well I guess I was having just too much fun. However, plans are evolving to once again visit Germany this upcoming winter. There may even be another shorter trip along the way on this possible vacation, too. Thanks again for reading the rare post that were written, and until next ...
Well would you Adam and Eve it? As the late George Cole would say.
I was hoping to catch up with my friend Roy as he is on holiday visiting friends, and others, in the Czech Republic and Poland.
He knew roughly where I was, and hoped we would meet too.
I told him I was in Berlin, and would be going to Colditz in the morning, the message I got back suggested I was too late and we ...
... 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 ...