Monday, May 25, 2015

Just an hour in Weimar, Germany

Since we are on a bus tour of Eastern Europe, there are some days when we are on the road for long periods of time. Like today, for example, when we drove from Frankfurt, all the way to Berlin. I guess I had not realized just how far the cities are from each other. We passed through a lot of green fields and some small towns. 
The highlight of the trip was definitely the hour we spent in Weimar, which is a small but very famous city in Germany. 
It is Geothe's hometown, as well as a center for music and culture. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Friedrich Schiller are pictured below:
Although we only had an hour for lunching and touring this wonderful city, we were able to see a lot and I took a lot of photos (mostly of buildings). Unfortunately, I know very little about the sights that are in my photos. 
It is the perfect German town, with cobblestone streets, a gorgous river, little cafes and many bratwurst stands. 
There were cute little buildings around every corner as well as SO many bikes. 
All I know is that I could live in this house. 
Stay tuned for my next post on Berlin!

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